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GAMMON UNIVERSITY 
ERIE, P A . 



nineteen hundred sixty-five 

(gannon College 

Erie, Pennsylvania 



student life 




e tell of a looking glass— wrought by a renaissance 
craftsman— catching now the reflection of moderns— the 
ibm man— the cubist— the executive— only a mirror— seasoned with 
age— ageless with vision— now the spring grain— catches its focus— 
the timid— the confused— peer into the glass and in its ancient 
depth— find themselves— and a new world behind 




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1 TABLE OF CONTENTS | 


GANNON IN AUTUMN 


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STUDENT LIFE 


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DANCE QUEENS 


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FRATERNITY QUEENS 


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ORGANIZATIONS 


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FRATERNITIES 


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SOCIAL 


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HONORARY 


66 


ATHLETICS 


74 


ACADEMICS 


96 


ACADEMIC LIFE 


98 


ADMINISTRATION 


108 


FACULTY 


118 


SENIORS 


132 


PATRONS 


152 


GENERAL INDEX 


162 


ABOUT THIS BOOK 


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student life 





JJ reshmen with a microcosmic world— first play at studenthood 
^^ sample the environment— fit the uniform— test the 
standards— then calmly square themselves and decide what 
education is— assume a nonchalant seriousness— enlarge their 
visions— to survive 



student life 








orm life— a world unto itself— where a few quiet 
moments are caught— to browse through an 
article— or pattern the next day— a pensive moment 
along— waiting to go out— a relaxing game of pool— all 
part of the hall— from one room the clatter of a typist 
—the subdued mumbles of a phone conversation- 
through another door the pampered strains of a guitar 
—opposite the sporadic blurts of a bull session— a puff 

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*P their own— pledged in 
brotherhood they find a family— 
here they meet in song and 
seriousness— they catch a quick 
snack or collapse in welcome sleep 
—among friends— they belong— 
many lives and one life 





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jF| ause— the noonday repast— or a snack in the lounge 
wr^ —eating out of a paper bag— texts tossed aside- 
time now for friends— a nap— a smoke— a round of song 
with the brothers— laughs— the needed break 




student life 



(^Y return to the 
£%, supreme— a 
pause tor purgation— to 
some it seemed an 
afterthought— to others 
an irritant— to many 
the grand epitome of 
student life— man and 
his god— a chance for 
quiet meditation- 
reflection— they prayed 
—listened— thought— 
among them the fools 
—could you not watch 
and pray with me but 
one hour— and 
returning he found 
them sleeping 




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utability charms 
he masses— the 
city erects and desecrates 
—the siren crane— the 
toppling wall— the waste- 
land—lull a reverie— tomb- 
stone to monument— and 
in change we learn an 
eternal truth 





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ampaign excitement— crushing crowds 
and tense tempers await the moment- 
then the motorcade screams to the audi-candidate— undaunted- 
glowing— is rushed past the mobs— students with placards cheer or 
jibe— then the harangue— the weary reporters— gawking freshman and 

musing senior— confetti and the poll 




the triumph of time— peter bruegel trie elder 



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^\ oval ball— heavy rhythms and pounding feet 
' —idle chatter and screams of delight— a mouse 

on the loose— the brave knights sally forth to the 
prey— the ladies watch in secret admiration— then 
softer moments that make life rewarding— an 
almost unheeded intermission— hide the booze- 
hello father— this is my girl— yes she keeps an eye 
on me— take a walk— he's really a nice guy- 
anyway let's dance 







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baroness maria von trapp— 

rev dr paul desante— 

mother eustace rsm— 

apart from books and lectures 

—this is alive 



nter the artists— often entertaining 
—frequently moving— always 
enlightening— george w. smith— in him 
was twain— richard casper— his 
expressive keyboard— 




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/IF riumphant— in cap 
^^ and gown— the 
pageant begins— i present 
the graduates of the class 
of— receiving the degree 
bachelor of arts- 
commissioned as second 
lieutenants— members now 
of the learned society- 
first the receptions- 
then congratulations— 
a sincere good wish— 
and a world waits 




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hope— peter bruegel the elder 



post-student life 




it ill here did they get all those 
kids— can't keep the world 
waiting— and the cycle continues 
—baby handprints on the mirror 
—more reason for windex— 
to keep its reflections clear— 
the alumni return— with the 
wisdom of experience— with 
perspective— they re-live their 
gannon days— and remember 
—here is where it all began 




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dance queens 





Joyce Agnello 
Eight Ball 



Ann Bacon 
Military Ball 



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Rita Chrobak 
Winter Carnival 



Sandy Webster 
St. Patrick's Dance 





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fraternity sweethearts 



Patricia Maloney 
Alpha Phi Delta 





Andrea Billak 
Delta Sigma Phi 



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Sally Ward Sinik 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 



Carol Eckert 
Pi Kappa Alpha 




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organizations 

Association 

of 

Gannon Coeds 



The Association of Gannon Co-eds, 
newly formed on campus this year, 
is the first and only society at Gan- 
non exclusively for women, estab- 
lished to render service to the col- 
lege. Membership in AGC is open 
to all female upperclassmen who 
are full time students. This year the 
coeds sponsored the first annual 
"Ugly Man on Campus" contest, 
served as hostesses at the Gannon 
Invitational Debate Tournament, 
made pep posters for the basket- 
ball games, and held a tea for the 
faculty wives. 



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FROM LEFT; SEATED: Mary Anne Mandeville, Ellen DiLoreto, Sylvia Mroz- 
kowski, Sharon Long, Eileen Chaffee, Grace Kaczmarek. STANDING: Mar- 
lene Santia, Donna Jankowski, Kathy Tregler, Judy Trambley, Kathy Kos- 
mala. 




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American 
Chemical Society 



The Gannon College Chemistry Club is united with Mercy- 
hurst College under the Gannon charter as an American 
Chemical Society Student Affiliate Organization. The club 
is so orientated so as to foster interest in the field of chem- 
istry beyond the call of the classroom. It presents its mem- 
bers with practical applications of their knowledge in 
chemistry, and sponsors lectures featuring chemists from 
both industry and education. A spring field trip, participa- 
tion in the Frontiers in Science program at Western Re- 
serve University, and the initiation of an instruction pro- 
gram for certain club members in the art of glassblowing 
are more of the activities in the Club's continually expand- 
ing schedule. 



FROM LEFT; FIRST ROW: Charles Clark, Joyce Agostine, Secretary Anna Jean Smollet, Mil- 
dred Boles, Sandy Selva, Nancy Loll. SECOND ROW: Terry Jones, Maureen Good, Tom Pacan- 
sky, Jim Vasil. THIRD ROW: Rich Courtney, Larry Froelich, Jim Cotter, Sue Scepura. FOURTH 
ROW: Gene Polaski Vice-President, Jim Scozzie President, Dr. Gert Schlessinger Advisor, Joe 
Kostanzik, Tom Scime, Gerry Hasenhuettl, Jim Stack, Fred Didenhoefer. 



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organizations 



Class Officers 




FROM LEFT: James Scozzie, Carl Daniele, John O'Brian, Charles Philips. 



FROM LEFT: Thomas Galla, Robert Quinn, Rich Heibel, James Mahan. 





Freshman 


Sophomore 


Junior 


Senior 


President 


Robert Quinn 


Chuck Philips 


Ed Ward 


Jack O'Brian 


Vice-President 


James Mahan 


Thomas Nash 


Tom Billingsley 


Jim Scozzie 


Secretary 


Thomas Galla 


Rich Gallagher 


Frank Hagan 


Pat Hayes 


Treasurer 


Rich Heibel 


William DeSantis 


Carl Daniele 


Ron Esser 



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FROM LEFT: SEATED: Mike McGraw, Tom Unger, Ken Currie, Ken Suto, Joe Heimbold, Mark Cross. STAND- 
ING: Tom Haines, George Kozak, Joseph Lane. 



The C.C.D., or Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, is an organiza- 
tion of students dedicated to the teaching of Catholic theology to 
students in the local public high schools. In weekly sessions at 
seven city parishes, these college laymen conducted classes in 
Scripture and Catholic doctrine, drawing on their own background 
of theology courses at Gannon. 

The teachers faced a big challenge: presenting their students with 
a full and modern grounding in theological principles, while main- 
taining the youngsters' interest and enthusiasm. The teachers en- 
joyed complete autonomy in their classrooms, and referred to pub- 
lished lectures for material. 



Confraternity of Christian Doctrine 



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organizations 



Debate Society 



FROM LEFT; SEATED: Paul Fuller, Mr. Joseph Wesley Advisor, Frank Hagan, Fran Moriarity, Thomas Ducato, 
Mike Visnosky,- STANDING: Bob Adams, Ralph Montana, Terry McCarthy Director, Bob Ducato, Joseph Chi- 
solm. 




During the first three months of the school year the Gannon Debate Society attended 
tournaments at Carnegie Institute of Technology, Westminster College, and Edinboro State 
College. 

The traditional element of the Debate Society was the Third Annual Gannon College 
Invitational Tournament which brought together nearly fifty high schools from the North- 
eastern and Northcentral United States. The tournament director was Michael Visnosky. 



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Gannon Knight 



FROM LEFT; SEATED: Clem Stolinski Editor, Frank Hagan, Mary Neff, Carl Zipper, 
Mr. Edward Murphy Advisor, Pat Gallagher, Lou Cesa, Mike Sylvester, Bill Cichoski; 
STANDING: John Mando, Joe Bauer, Tom Sukalac, Mary Ann Mandeville, Greg 
Atzert, Dick Olchak, Tom Haines, Joe Koper. 




The Gannon Knight under the editorial policy of Clem Stolinski was dedicated to present- 
ing issues in a black and white manner. In this way the paper attempted to arouse student 
interest to foresee problems and to comment upon their solutions. 

The college's weekly newspaper continued the "Over Coffee" column written by interested 
faculty members. Also continued was a satire column, "Poor Richard." This column at times 
both infuriated and delighted Gannon's sister colleges with its helpful suggestions. 

Instrumental in changing the Class Ring, the G.K. also attempted to defend the rights of 
the rising number of female evening students as well as other oppressed minority groups. 



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organizations 



Historical 



Society 



Membership in the Gannon College Historical Society is geared 
to history majors, but the club is open to anyone who meets its 
requirements, among which is the submission of a research 
paper on some selected topic. While still young on the campus, 
the club intends to "provide for those who are concerned with 
history a chance to enlighten themselves regarding that subject 
... so that by investigating the record of the past, we may 
better understand the problems of the future." Field trips, 
lectures, and individual research are part of the club's activities 
which are further enhanced by reciprocal exchanges with 
Mercyhurst's Historical Society. 



FROM LEFT: Rich Burns, Tom Unger, Terry McCarthy, Dave Kozak, Dr. Beyer, Mr. Williman, Joe Chis- 
holm, Klaus May, Sam Rossi, Joe llloqua, Fran Moriarty, Roman Rockowsky. 




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FROM LEFT: FIRST ROW: Ken Blackburn, David Loutzen- 
hiser, Tim Boss, Ron Sunseri, John Sechrist, Rich Bonnie, Bob 
Griffith. SECOND ROW: Ed Schable, Dennis Cantoni, Mr. 
Frank Groskiewicz, Peter Nathansohn, Bob Wasylson, Jim 
Dolce. THIRD ROW: Frank Herberta, John Johnston, Dave 



Rice, Richard Schoenfeld, Secretary, Tom Vandervort, Treas- 
urer, Ed Walsh, Vice Chairman, Brian Graves, Chairman, 
Larry Lepkowski, Dick Lynn, Walt Hawley, Dave Hanton, 
William Dearborn, William Cross. 




The purposes of the IEEE, Gannon student branch, 
are scientifically and educationally directed toward 
the advancement of the theory and practice of 
electrical engineering, electronics, radio, and con- 
nected branches of engineering. In meeting these 
goals IEEE thus sponsored a variety of tours, lectures, 
and educational films. The unity of the organization 
was further exemplified by its numerous stag parties. 
Membership is open to all students enrolled in the 
division of pure and applied sciences. 




Institute of Electrical and Electronic 
Engineering 



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organizations 



Lance 





dove knol 



mike chiteman 



john freed 




FROM LEFT; FIRST ROW: Tim Boss, Lou Pitchman, Andy Dufkowski, Rich Burns, 
John Ceranic, Dave Knoll. SECOND ROW: Mike Chiteman, Joe Hemibold, 
Dave Patterson, Mark Ferrara, Dave Loutzenhiser. THIRD ROW: Bob Marcus, 
Tom Haines, Vol Adams, Fran Hagan, Joe Koper, John Freed. 



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Laureate 



irving lloyd 




hal helfand 



joe koper 



LANCE STAFF 

John Edward Freed 
Michael David Chiteman 
David Denys Knoll 
Harold Helfand 
Joseph Koper, Michael Mahoney 
David Patterson 
Mark Ferrara 
Richard Burns 
Val Adams 
Robert Marcus, Tim Boss, 
David Loutzenhiser, Gerald Kraus, Cathy Quirk, 

Peter Reyburn 
Advertising Assistants Carl Zipper, Tom Wozniak 

Advisor Mr. Joseph Gavin 



Editor-in-Chief 
Associate Editor 
Literary Editor 
Business Manager 
Photographers 
Seniors Editor 
Organizations Editor 
Sports Editor 
Faculty Editor 
Editorial Assistants 



Organized in December of 1964, the Laureate became the college's 
newest attempt at the publication of a literary magazine. Dedicated 
to the search for and publication of original literary material, the staff 
of the Laureate offered its pages as an organ primarily for the imagin- 
ative and talented expression of Gannon students. 

When the first issue went to press in March, its hundred-odd pages in- 
cluded such features as poetry, short stories, criticisms, sketches, and 
epigrams, contributed by interested persons throughout a six-state 
area. In the future, two issues per year are planned, with hopes that 
the majority of material will be submitted by Gannon students. 

Composed entirely of undergraduates, the Laureate staff governs itself 
through policies established by its members. Newcomers are admitted 
by the staff after achieving acceptance of some publishable literary 
material. Advisor for the publication is Mr. David Palmer of the English 
department. 



FROM LEFT; SEATED: Fred Nardone, Jim Vaughn, Mark McClosky, William Vath, Edi- 
tor-in-chief. STANDING: Mike McGraw, Pat Gallagher, Claude Caldwell, Bob McWil- 
liams, Charles Camarata. Absent: Pat Majewski, Chip Wagner. 




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organizations 



FROM LEFT, FIRST ROW: John Freed, Bill Grugin, Mike Weindorf, Bill Kiel 
er. SECOND ROW: Dennis Crotty, Mary Neff, Rich Burns, Ellen DiLoretl 
THIRD ROW: Nancy Rutkowski, Greg Atzert, Sharcn Long, Bill Chicosll 
Sam Rossi, Joe Heavey, Mark Ferrara. FOURTH ROW: Gary Haibach, Da i 
Stanczak, Vincent Caserta, Elmer Yacobozzi, Gerry Kingsley, Gary Rizzl 
Bob Smith, Raymond Parmarter, Paul Winkelbauer, David Wagner, Tcf 
Unger. 




The Student Pennsylvania State Education Association, by orienting 
the prospective teacher in his future profession, helps Gannon 
students recognize the aspects of community service in a teaching 
career. 

In monthly meetings during the past year, P.S.E.A. members heard 
lectures by such professionals as Mr. John Peplinski, President of 
the local F.T.A., George Pease, and a guest panel of local educa- 
tors. In April the society held its first annual dinner, featuring Dr. 
Walter J. O'Brien, Director of Education in Philadelphia. 

Under the co-advisorship of Dr. Charles Colvin and Mr. Charles 
Alcorn, members of the P.S.E.A. have spearheaded a drive to in- 
crease interest and participation in various school and civic func- 
tions. 



a teacher with 'our scholars— albrecht durer 



P.S.E.A. 



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P.S.P.E. 



Bridging the gap found between classroom application 
and those techniques used in the industrial world is often 
difficult. The student chapter of the Pennsylvania Society 
of Professional Engineers, through professional guest 
speakers, personal contact with businessmen, and tours 
of local industries, attempted to diminish this gap. Through 
connections with industry, the engineering student ob- 
tained information pertaining to the various fields of his 
profession, salaries, and job opportunities. This was the 
third year of the Gannon chapter's affiliation with the 
National Society of Professional Engineers. This association 
gave the Gannon engineering graduate the key to nation- 
wide professional engineering opportunities. 



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FROM LEFT; STANDING: Albert Whitney, Thomas Hecker, Richard South- 
worth, James Liebel, Charles Colwell, Robert Esser, Eugene Kirsch. SEATED: 
Robert Lacey, Harold Schroeck, Dr. Arthur Seligman, Charles Szewczykow- 
ski, John Keller. 




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organizations 

Newly organized from the former International Re- 
lations Club, the Political Science Club programs 
and operates the Model United Nations Assembly, 
which for the past twelve years has been held un- 
der the guidance of Father Barr. The club seeks to 
make its members aware of the structure, func- 
tions, and responsibilities of this important interna- 
tional organization. In addition, it strives for a bet- 
ter understanding of world politics by sponsoring 
forums on various topics prepared and presented 
by the students themselves. This year the club's 
main social event was a banquet held in early De- 
cember. Elected officers were President Edward P. 
Miller and David D. Kozak, Treasurer. 



Political Science Club 



FROM LEFT; STANDING: Peter Lyons, John English, Bob Marcus, Bob 
Montana, Ed Miller, Dave Kozak, Gene Roberts, Mr. Martin Gildea, 
Robert Heim, Ed Romito, Al Verostek, John Cowley, Bill Morocco, Rob- 
ert Falk, Charles Wilson, Keith Zimmer, Chuck Niebauer. SEATED: 
John Purchase, John Treiber, John Ceronic. 





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To unite students sharing a common interest in psychology as a science and pro- 
fession, the Psychology Club gives its members the opportunity to discuss and es- 
tablish programs related to their field. At present, the club sponsors a variety of 
lectures, discussion groups, motion pictures and other special features related to 
this social science. 

Planned for the future are field trips to institutions connected with psychology and 
a group project designed to bring practical experience to the club members while 
serving a community need. 



Psi Club 



FROM LEFT: Raymond Rossi, Joseph DeFazio, James Trocki, Jean Mondo, Joseph Heim- 
jold, Mike Sylvester, Lawrence Decker, Norm Gehrlein. 




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R.O.T.C. Band 

Gannon's versatile military instrumentalists, the 
ROTC band, serve as the musical pace-setters of 
the cadet brigade. Playing at weekly drills and 
other military functions, the band adds a flair 
of ceremony to the cadet parades. Under the 
direction of Mr. Joseph Sulkowski, the soldier- 
musicians also play at several of the Golden 
Knights home basketball games, and hold an an- 
nual spring concert in April. 

This year the cadet commander of the band, Wil- 
liam Steger, worked under the guidance of cadet 
advisor Jim Vasil. At its annual cord dinner at 
Giannini's restaurant, band members were pre- 
sented with their cords, ribbons, and crests. 



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Science Club 




FROM LEFT: Ed Sivok, Joe Koper, Mike Sivak. FROM LEFT: Dennis DiSantis, Dennis Cantoni, James Dolce. 

The Gannon College Science Club, concerned primarily with 
the biological sciences, designed to promote interest in the 
field of scientific study, and encouraged student endeavors 
particularly in biology. 

This year the club presented a lecture series featuring Dr. 
Francisco Tirol, chief surgical resident at St. Vincent's Hos- 
pital, Dr. John Hrinda, intern and graduate of Loyola Medical 
School, and Mrs. Paul Sullivan, a representative of the Erie 
County Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Several scientific films also 
passed their review. 

For the future, the club intends to adopt charter membership 
into the Beta Beta Beta National Honorary Biology Fraternity, 
and a possible field trip to Roswell Park Memorial Institute, 
one of the largest cancer research centers in the world. 



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organizations 




FROM LEFT, SEATED: Evo Riguzzi, Gerry Gorup, Bob 
Summere, Nick Crino President, Tom Piscitelli, Frank 
Hagan, Jim Meko, Dave Graves, Sylvia Mrozkowski, 
STANDING: Val Adams, Bill Hain, Joe Globa. 



Dynamic social concern is the objective of the 
Sociology Club. The members attempted this 
professional type of involvement by their 
sponsoring of "Operation Christmas Dinner." 
Food for this project was gathered from the 
community, Gannon organizations, and in- 
terested individuals. This year more than fifty 
families participated in the gift. This number 
is diminished from last year, an indicator of 
the community's improved economic health. 

Gannon College was thus able under the di- 
rection of the Sociology Club to contribute 
to "The War on Poverty." 



Sociology Club 




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the Spanish institute 




Spanish Club 



The federally sponsored Spanish Institute 
was aided by the Spanish Club under the 
dual direction of Mr. Eron DeLeon-Sotto and 
Dr. Miguel Sague. The club members kept the 
Institute's full-time principle of speaking 
Spanish and helped to entertain those in- 
volved in the program. During the Spring 
semester the Spanish Club promoted a fiesta- 
like affair of Spanish folk music and danc- 
ing. In these ways the members were able 
to use their classroom language in an every- 
day manner and to learn many more aspects 
of the cultures of Spanish speaking countries. 



FROM LEFT; FIRST ROW: Mrs. Cellaro, Carl Rizzo,- 
SECOND ROW: Anne McGill, Ellen DiLoretto, Vicenzo 
Cazerta, Fernando Vega, Grace Kaczmarek; THIRD 
ROW: Mary Neff, Max Murray, Mr. Eron DeLeon-Sotto, 
Dr. Miguel Sague, Tom Flaherty. 




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FROM LEFT; STANDING: Ricardo Bolio, Juan Carlos Casas, Dan Greco, John Mando, 
Ernesto Guzman, Ken Currie, Mat Modigan, Jim Globa, Bill Mehall, Ted Esders, Frank Smith, 
Levant Morton. SEATED: Ray Rossi, Dave Katera, John Cross, Jim Schmitt, Ron Dambrosia, 
Al Hannibal, Harold Schroeck, Ab Logan, Carl Niebauer, Ron Gmerek, John Wingerter, 
John Bleil, Jim Mikula, Klaus May, Dave Clark, Mike Sylvester, Eligio Vega, Ralph Ancona. 



St- Thomas More Club 

The St. Thomas More Club is established to train lay 
leaders in the apostolate of Christ to effect "the re- 
newal of greatness among us." The More club fulfills 
this purpose within itself and through activities in the 
community in regard to religious, financial, sports, or- 
phan and Latin American affairs. 

During the past year, the club raised funds through a 
Honda raffle and its annual spaghetti dinner,- then 
held its own retreat, organized basketball at St. Jo- 
seph's home, and conducted its seventh annual forum, 
"The Church in Historical Perspective." 

The major concern of the club continues to be its Latin 
American program, through which the Mores hope to 
strengthen the Mystical Body via international ex- 
change. Since initiated in 1961, six Gannon students 
in the program have left to teach for two years in the 
Colegio Central High School in Merida, Yucatan, Mex- 
ico. This year Bill Grieggs and Ron Dambrosia left for 
Mexico. In addition, the club currently sponsors some 
seventeen Latin American students at Gannon and 
other area schools. 




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In the little more than ten years since its founding, the Gannon 
College Student Investment Trust has mushroomed its original 
$12,500 in capital, a gift of Mr. Edward Lamb, to a worth of 
more than $28,000 in common stocks. As the club has pros- 
pered, it has given as many as three scholarships each year 
to students of high academic standing in the field of business 
administration. 

The SIT, though, has motives other than the mere amassing of 
wealth. The club gives Gannon students an opportunity to 
augment classroom lectures on economic theory with practical 
experience in investing and reinvesting the club's assets. The 
decision to buy or sell stocks is entirely in the hands of the 
members under the advisorship of Mr. Ernest Wright. As one 
of the most progressive organizations on campus, the SIT is 
always trying to improve the students' understanding of the 
operations of the financial world by offering special lectures, 
films, and a field trip to Paine, Webber, Jackson and Curtis 
—members of the New York Stock Exchange. Through this 
program any business student at Gannon can gain knowledge 
and skills which would take years to attain on his own. 

The continuing success of the SIT attests to the astuteness of 
Gannon business students and, hence, is a reflection of the 
high standards of excellence at Gannon College. 



Student Investment Trust 



FROM LEFT; FIRST ROW: Bill Rossiter, Bob Heim, David Laconi. SECOND 
ROW: Bob Heaverly, Ed Picard, President, John Berry, Mr. Ernest Wright 
Advisor, Terry Whelan. Bob Draub, Dan DeFlorio. THIRD ROW: Vince Mi- 
cell, Tom Picard, Robert Bach, Brian Ambron, Secretary, Joe Auth Vice 
President, Benny Prestioni, John O'Brien. 




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organizations 



Stage Band 



One of the newest and perhaps most dynamic organi- 
zations on Gannon's campus this year was the Gan- 
non College Stage Band. Founded to round out Gan- 
non's musical organizations, it provided a unique at- 
mosphere in which the student musician could express 
himself and mature in his musical ideas— the atmos- 
phere of "big band" jazz. 

Only in a stage band is found all the elements which 
help to develop today's modern jazz instrumentalist. 
There is freedom to express one's musical ideas in solo 
and ensemble work, and discipline gleaned from the 
experience of playing in a section. There is oppor- 
tunity to develop new ideas and forms of musical ex- 



pression by communication with other instrumentalists 
and also the exultation and satisfaction derived from 
a favorable response by an audience to the perform- 
ance of a musical composition. The Gannon stage 
band successfully incorporated these elements in an 
organization whose musicians were hard-working and 
ardent proponents of big band jazz. 

The idea of a jazz band on campus was primarily the 
inspiration of James Dolce and Mike Sivak who, to- 
gether with a group of enthusiastic musicians and fac- 
ulty support, have organized a society whose full po- 
tential is yet to be realized. 



FROM LEFT; SEATED: Robert Winders, Dennis DiSantis, Jim Dolce, Mark Cross, Mike Sivak. STANDING: 
Dom Fosco, Dennis Cantoni, Carl Matthews, Ed Sivak, Ron Sunseri, Jim Stephany. 







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Election to Gannon's Student Council is an honor that de- 
mands reciprocal service to the student body. This year, 
under the direction of President Fred Dudenhoefer, Coun- 
cil met its obligation with a full schedule of both regular 
and newly innovated projects. They sponsored the an- 
nual 8-Ball during the fall semester, and supervised the 
Friday and Saturday night mixers in the Student Lounge. 

In cooperation with their faculty advisors, Council con- 
tinued the school's cultural program, enhanced this year 
in a plan of mutual programming with Mercyhurst. Coun- 
cil members, also, served on various committees effecting 
such programs as a revitalized freshman orientation and 
a major change in the design of the college ring. 



FROM LEFT; SEATED: Fred Dudenhoefer, John O'Brien, Tom 
O'Connor, Gerald Nichols, Bob Montana, Jim Rice. STAND- 
ING: Tom Manley, Jim Meko, Louis Drew, Chuck Phillips, 
Bob Ellison, Ed Lander, George Thompson, Bob Quinn, 
William Kahile. 



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organizations 



Talisman 
Players 




hamilton and cook at rehearsal 



Through the presentation of plays both classical and modern the 
Talisman Players offered the student body and the community an 
opportunity to attend dramas of proven merit. It provided the stu- 
dent interested in theatrical production the opportunity to develop 
dramatic skills through actual practice and study. 

In Spring, 1964 the Players produced Madwoman of Chaillot, a 
fantasy by French playwright Jean Geraudaux. A successful summer 
season saw the performances of Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion and 
Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman, these being student directed. 
Initiated last summer was a high school seminar program conducted 
by undergraduate and graduate students. 

The Fall semester of '64 opened under the guidance of Mr. 
Anthony Schmitt. The major Fall production, Moliere's classic French 
farce Doctor in Spite of Himself was adroitly directed by Mr. 
Schmitt. 



FROM LEFT; KNEELING: Charles Rohrel, Ernie Romito, Bob Weisen; FIRST ROW: Lou Zaccheo, 
Florence Pluck Secretary, Norman Gehrlein Vice-President, Bonnie HoflF President, Mr. Anthony 
Schmitt Advisor, Mary Neff; SECOND ROW: Joe Heimbold. Andy Dutkowsky. Ronold Olowin, 
Michael Ferralli Treasurer,- THIRD ROW: David Kozar, David Parsh, Allan Miscksh, Thomas Sukalac. 




the mod woman of chaillot 




Pygmalion 




dr in spite of himself 



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Who's Who 
Among Students 
in American 
Colleges and 
Universities 






FROM LEFT; STANDING: Ed Ward, Jim Meko, Lew Forti, Dave Knoll, Tom O'Connor. SEATED: Jim Scozzie, 
Fred Dudenhoefer. 




John Freed, Clem Stolinski. 



As recognition for outstanding qualities of 
leadership and academic achievement, certain 
juniors and seniors are annually selected for 
inclusion in the publication of Who's Who 
Among Students in American Colleges and 
Universities. This year's list included nine 



upperclassmen recommended by their class 
officers and advisors. Final approval of their 
selection was given by a board composed of 
the President and Vice President of Student 
Council, the President of the Senior class, the 
President of Blue Key, and the Dean of Men. 



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the dance— peter bruegel the elder 



fraternities 



Alpha Phi Delta 



a full house 



Beta Rho Chapter of Alpha Phi Delta was initiated at Gan- 
non in November of 1959. It is Gannon's smallest fraternity 
and was designed to be just that. 

For the past few years the Alpha Phi's have published the 
Gannon basketball schedules. They also sponsor a Christ- 
mas party for the orphans at St. Joseph's Home, provide a 
needy family of the diocese with a Christmas dinner, and 
serve refreshments at Gannon's High School Invitational 
Track Meet. The chapter also participates actively in intra- 
mural sports, and this year earned the distinction of attain- 





ing the highest scholastic average among 
Gannon's four fraternities. 

Last year Alpha Phi Delta became the third 
fraternity on campus to purchase its own 
house, located at 536 West 7th Street. 

The brothers hold the belief that a small or- 
ganization gives its members individuality, and 
lends them an opportunity for personal de- 
velopment and the cultivation of friendships. 
In this sense, Alpha Phi Delta is restrictive,- for 
them, membership is an honor earned only by 
high standards. 




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FROM LEFT; SEATED: Chuck Phillips, Tony Sivilo, Mr. Ernest Wright Advisor, Ernie Wright Jr. Treasurer, 
Rocco Taccone, Bob Hrinda Secretary, Bob O'Connell; STANDING: Frank Cargioli Vice-President, Dave Lu- 
carati, Joe Daniele, Ralph Rossoni, Joe Cargioli, Ray Fiorelli, Joe Watters, Bob Picurrilo, Denny Agostini, 
Dom Frisina Pledgemaster, Carl Daniele President, Bill Cichoski. 



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fraternities 




to win is to trophy 

Delta Sigma Phi was founded in 1954 with the purpose of producing well- 
rounded men. Since then, the fraternity has continually striven to' instill the qual- 
ities of scholarship, leadership, and Christian living in its members. 

The Sigs annually produce and sell the basketball programs for all of the 
Knights' home games, and erect the official Gannon "Knight" above the Audi 
to announce them. In addition, they sponsor an Orphans' Party for the children 
of St. Joseph's Home. 

This year Delta Sigma Phi saw the election of ten brothers to Student Council, 
three to Who's Who, and two to Blue Key, from an active membership of sixty 
brothers. The Gamma Rho chapter at Gannon was also collectively honored as 
placing fourth among the 100 chapters of Delta Sigma Phi in the nation, and is 
mapping plans to improve upon their rating this year. 




stubler in repose 



Delta Sigma Phi 



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the party's the thing 



a priest is not always a father 




FROM LEFT; FIRST ROW: William Bluemle, John Anke, Fred 
Grau, Bernard DiTulio, George Thompson, Thomas Nash, 
Edward Ward, John Dezzuto,- SECOND ROW: Richard Mc- 
Millan, Stanley Fronzaglia, Thomas Billingsley Sergeant at 
Arms, John Kucharski Vice-President, Pat Hayes President, 
James Scozzie Secretary, Dan Stubler Treasurer, Lew Vespoli, 
Sam Rossi; THIRD ROW: Richard Johnson, Dennis Koehler, 



Keith Lane, Robert Garai, James Rice, Robert Miller, Joseph 
Heavey, Fred Dudenhoefer, John Price, Tom Grandinetti, 
Jerry Nichols, Thomas Lenowich, Greg Atzert, Rich Geraci, 
Dan Spak, Joe Schultz,- FOURTH ROW: James Dudenhoefer, 
Mike Sullivan, Paul Wineland, Robert McWilliams, John 
Hughey, John Guenther, Greg Meshank, Thomas Stasiak, 
George Gegenfurtner, Thomas Munn, Denny Barnes. 



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fraternities 




Pi Kappa Alpha 



Serving Gannon in an informative man- 
ner, Pikes printed and distributed the 
Tri-College Social Calendar, their infor- 
mation-center blotter, and returned their 
lighted sign to the Gannon Auditorium. 

Brothers of PiKA played significant roles 
in the functioning of the college. Four 
Pikes were selected to Blue Key, two to 
Who's Who, and three to Student Coun- 
cil. The school's publications had PiKA 
brothers as editors for both the Gannon 
Knight and the Lance Yearbook. 

Brotherhood was manifested in parties 
running from the formalities of a black 
tie dinner-dance to the get-together at 
Mo's or the 3 D's. More strenuous work- 
ing of this unity was the participation of 
the Pikes in all of the intramural activi- 
ties and the Winter Carnival. 




the calm before the meeting 



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ski to sing 



impatience when punished— olbrecht durer 




garrott in a blurr 




tis the season to be jolly 





FROM LEFT; SEATED: Carl Zipper, Rick Malamphy, Nick Crino, 
Dave Graves, Clem Stolinski Vice-President, Dave Dieteman 
President, Mike Carroll, Marty Brown, Dave Parsh; STANDING: 
John Paytash, John Sechrist, Charles Colwell, Bob Lacey, Scott 



Barnard, Rich Burns, Val Adams, Jeff O'Hara, Pete Reyburn, Hal 
Helfand, Lee Wolff, John Mariani, Jack Reisenberg Secretary, 
Dick Edkin, Phil Pleszewski, Tom Wozniak, John Freed. 



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fraternities 



Tau Kappa Epsilon 



The Four Seasons, a monumental candle, pizza, parties, and sports were the life 
giving words of the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity brother. 

The Four Seasons' Concert was one of the peaks of the Gannon College social 
calendar and it proved profitable to both the fraternity and the audience. 

To commemorate the winter holidays and the Blue Key Winter Carnival the 
brotherhood erected an enormous candle on the east wall of Old Main. This was 
another project which demanded the concerted efforts of all and helped in 
Teke unification. The fraternity's role in the Winter Carnival was the one of the 
provider of pizza. The garbaged lounge gave way to folk singers, checkered 
table cloths, and wine bottled candles. 

Parties and intramural activities were the main source of relaxation and recrea- 
tion. Parties imbibed the brothers with that recharge which is occasionally neces- 
sary while sports supplied that bit of physical release which is always necessary. 




FROM LEFT; FIRST ROW: Tony Deverse, Tom O'Connor, Bill Schaaf, Lew Forti, 
Jim Dolce, Phil Nasca, Mike Ambroseno, Jon Whiteman, Oscar Covell, Carl 
Rizzo, Jim Scherer, John Barry, Normand Plante; SECOND ROW: Pat Smith, 
Bruce Masters, Semih Senik, Ed Picard, Tom Sipple, Ron Gerono, Lou Warren, 



Jed Duryea, George Geary, Harry Tipping, Bob Okicki; THIRD ROW: Mike 
Zezulewicz, Bob Wallace, Bob Klemetsmo, Ed Gulnac, Charles Robinski, Bob 
Praetzel, Tom Curcio, Bill Rossiter, Denny Rowlonds. 



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just like mom 




but it's an emergency 





a home is not always a house 






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fraternities 



Alpha Psi Omega 

The Kappa Beta cast of Alpha Psi Omega 
gives recognition to those Gannon students 
who have measurably contributed to the 
school's drama programs. Members are 
selected on the basis of an accumulation of 
"quality points" allotted in proportion to 
the amount of services they contribute to 
any of the arts and crafts as members of 
the Talisman Players. Only those who dis- 
play outstanding accomplishment and talent 
in dramatic art are awarded with this dis- 
tinction. 

As part of its program of activities, Alpha 
Psi Omega presented its second annual 
student art sale at the Carriage House. The 
society is also considering the presentation 
of a jazz concert for the student body 
sometime in the spring. 

FROM LEFT; SEATED: Lou Zaccheo, Florence Pluck, 
STANDING: Mr. Anthony Schmitt Advisor. 



Blue Key 



The Blue Key Honor Fraternity, now in its eighth year on the Gannon 
campus, is the college's only service fraternity. Composed of juniors and 
seniors who are selected on the basis of scholastic excellence, leadership, 
and contribution to the college, the fraternity engages in a variety of 
projects which reflects its motto, "Serving I live." 

The primary activity which the Key sponsors is the organization and 
direction of the Gannon College Winter Carnival, in which students 
from all the local schools participate. This year's carnival saw the first 
Gannon entry for the queen title, and also featured a talent show and 
art sale, both of which were overwhelmingly successful and enjoyable. 

Blue Key men served the college in other capacities as well. They were on 
hand at freshman orientation, and ushered at retreat, parents' day, and 
basketball games. Enlarging the scope of its activities, the Gannon 
chapter sent two delegates to the national convention of Blue Key in 
Kansas City during December, in order to discuss various projects with 
members of other schools and to see what other college chapters have 
been doing. 

Norman Gehrlein, Bonnie Hoff, Michael Ferralli; 



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FROM LEFT,- SEATED: 
Thomas O'Connor, 
Secretary-Treasurer, Fred 
Dudenhoefer, David 
Knoll President, Mike 
Chiteman, Lew Forti 
Vice-President, Larry Pon- 
gonis, Dave Dieteman, 
Jim Dolce, Carl Daniele. 
STANDING: Clem Stolin- 
ski, Ab Logan, Ed Picard, 
Jim Meko, John Sechrist, 
George Geary, Al Han- 
nibal, Jim Scozzie, John 
Freed. 





five queens in snowtime 



rifa reigns 





fraternities 



Interfraternity Council 



The Interfraternity Council is the supreme body 
of jurisdiction over the member fraternities. It was 
established to promote the general interests of 
both the college and the fraternities represented, 
to improve the level of cooperation between the 
fraternities and the college, and among the fra- 
ternities themselves, and to discuss questions of 
mutual interest to the fraternities, recommending 
action where fitting. 

At present the I.F.C. awards a trophy to the so- 
cial fraternity attaining the highest scholastic 
average. I.F.C. also presents a $30.00 prize to 
the fraternity man who shows the most improve- 
ment in his average from a 2.0. Future goals of 
the council include the presentation of a Greek 
week, and an additional emphasis on scholar- 
ship. 



FROM LEFT; SEATED: Frank Smith, John Brady, Nancy Rutkowski, Larry Pongo- 
nis, Dave Knoll; STANDING: John Freed, Ab Logan, Bonnie Hoflf, Mike Chiteman. 




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FROM LEFT; SEATED: Mike Zezulewicz, Tom Stasiak, Charles Robinski President, 
James Scozzie, George Geary, John Sechrist; STANDING: Rich Geraci, Bob 
O'Connell, Martin Brown, Vol Adams. 




Lambda lota Tau honorary fraternity this year 
initiated the publication of The Laureate, a 
literary magazine. Materials were gathered from 
a number of sources, from English graduate stu- 
dents to interested persons in the community. To 
encourage the submission of high quality matter 
LIT promoted a creative writing contest in which 
cash prizes were awarded. 

This issue of The Laureate introduced some new 
innovations including a photography section 
and an increase in art and typographical work. 
Mr. David Palmer of the English Department be- 
came the advisor to both the fraternity and the 
publication. 

The fraternity aims at offering the real student 
in English or Fore.gn Languages an opportunity 
to express his critical opinions outside of the for- 
mal classroom environment. 



Lambda lota Tau 



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FROM LEFT; FIRST ROW: Rich Amendola, Ken Lininger, Jim Kalie, Ralph Rossoni, Gary Carver. SECOND 
ROW: Jack Langowski, Tim Martin, Don Hosford, John McAlister. THIRD ROW: Tom Gregurich, Dave Lnch, 
Charles Schroeck, George Scherrer. FOURTH ROW: Stan Fronzaglia, Joe Sears, Tim Francis, John Ceranic. 
Absent: Michael Konopka. 




Captain Joseph Morabit, Advisor. 



FROM LEFT: Jack Langowski, Ken Lininger, Jim Kalie, Tom Gregurich, Tim Martin, Don Hosford, John McAlister, 
Dave Lynch, Tim Francis. 




This year under the command 
of Captain Norbert Dowdall, 
Company 0-F Fifth Regiment, 
Pershing Rifles, continued in the 
fine tradition of Gannon drill 
teams. With high precision and 
sharpness, the PR's again de- 
lighted the crowds at several 
campus social events, such as 
the military ball. 

For the fifth consecutive year, 
the Gannon PR's hosted the 
Gannon Invitational Drill Meet, 
a tourney they have often 
won themselves. A total of ten 
of the finest teams in the area 
participated, marking the con- 
tinued success of the competi- 
tion. 

Now under the advisorship of 
Captain Joseph Morabit, the 
PR's still hold the interest of 
basic corps cadets, and antici- 
pate even more successes in 
years to come. 



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FROM LEFT: Ralph Rossoni, Captain, Eugene Roberts, Anthony Umpiro- 
wicz, Raymond Tobolewski, David Heidt, Martin Gallagher 



The Scabbard and Blade Military Honor Society recognizes junior 
and senior ROTC cadets who have maintained a 2.0 average 
and have exhibited proficiency in military subjects. The pledges 
are put through weeks of training and field problems before being 
admitted to Gannon's chapter, D Company 14th Regiment. 

Scabbard and Blade annually sponsors the Gannon military ball, 
and actively engages in the school's program of intramural ath- 
letics. Under this year's captain, Ralph Rossoni, the members con- 
tinued the operation of a blood program, and the society's saber 
team presented demonstrations and performed ceremonial func- 
tions at several campus social events, including the winter carni- 
val and mil ball. 



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Scabbard and Blade 



knights and soldiers— albrecht durer 




colonel crowns queen colonel 



FROM LEFT; FIRST ROW: Dave Strohmeyer, Richard Herr. SECOND ROW: 
Stan Fronzaglia, Bill Chicoski, Edward Wisniewski, John Henke, Dan Neckel, 
James Jansen, William Carver, Andy Dutkowski, William Steger. 







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netherlandish croquet— peter bruegel the elder 



athletics 



The Cross Country team, capably coached by Howard 
(Bud I Elwell, roared to the finest season in its history, com- 
piling a record of 17 wins against only 2 defeats. Ever- 
tough Slippery Rock and the University of Buffalo were 
among the Knight victims, while their only losses came 
at the hands of Carnegie Tech and Cortland. The team's 
outstanding performance, earned coach Elwell the "Save 
Our Sports Club's "Coach of the Year" award. 

The team, led by such stalwarts as Dave Anderson and 
Tom Sabol, was composed mostly of freshmen and 
sophomores. Hence prospects for the future look better 
than ever, as Gannon promises to be a formidable cross- 
country power for years to come. 




FROM LEFT; KNEELING: Ron Stitzenger, Tom Sabol, Nick Fermanich, Paul 
Franz, Dave Anderson, Dan Anderson, Dan Pomerleau; STANDING: Howard 
Elwell Coach, Mike Alessi, Charles Allison, Gary Lockard, Ray Roman, Terry 
Dwyer 



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Gannon 


15 


Malone College 


49 


Gannon 


16 


Erie County Tech 


46 


Gannon 


15 


Fredonia State 


48 


Gannon 


15 


Geneva College 


49 


Gannon 


15 


John Carroll 


49 


Gannon 


25 


Slippery Rock 


30 


Gannon 


23 


Buffalo State 


35 


Gannon 


32 


Carnegie Tech 


23 


Gannon 


15 


Duquesne Univ. 


40 


Gannon 


20 


Steubenville 


35 


Gannon 


22 


Rochester Tech 


34 


Gannon 


22 


Theil College 


39 


Gannon 


26 


Buffalo State 


29 


Gannon 


26 


Canisius College 


29 


Gannon 


32 


Cortland State 


23 


Gannon 


26 


Grove City 


31 


Gannon 


27 


Univ. of Buffalo 


29 


Gannon 


23 


Allegheny College 


32 


Gannon 


19 


Rochester Tech 


38 



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hording 



wait— work it for the good shot— shake ben loose— now— okay Jefferson for warren- 
watch it in the zone— behind you — Willie's on the floor— not hurt— he was hacked— 
there's the call— just take your time— one and one— two more— we've got some room 
to breathe now— six minutes— their time out— good— hope the girls have a cheer ready- 
back in the two-one-two— grab it Jeff— al's alone— up— four fifty eight— it's ours now— think 
i'll send wall in— spoon— spoon in too— charging— how could he help it— cronin in for wiley 
—two minutes and ten— eighteen points— freeze it up— fifty six— five— foul — one shot— game. 



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athletics 





teamwork warren works loose 

By the end of January the Golden Knights had 
compiled an amazing 15—1 record, with im- 
pressive victories over Niagara and Youngs- 
town. Their efforts won them recognition from 
two national polls: the Associated Press ranked 
Gannon seventh, while United Press Internation- 
al gave them a fourteenth rating. Already they 
were clearly the greatest of Gannon teams, 
having shattered several school records. Their 
117 point spree against DePauw was the high- 
est in Knight history, as was the combined score 
of 209 and the 50 field goals in the same game. 
Another mark to fall was the longest winning 
streak in Gannon court records, which had 
reached eleven straight by the end of January. 
At the same time the great Al Lawson, with a 
lifetime total of 1301 points already to his 
credit, was well on his way to setting a new 
individual scoring record. Undefeated at home, 
and with but eight games remaining on their 
regular schedule, the Knights forged into Febru- 
ary with assurance. 



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GANNON 


74 


INDIANA STATE 


56 


GANNON 


63 


WASH. & JEFFERSON 57 


GANNON 


81 


VILLA MADONNA 


65 


GANNON 


89 


FREDONIA STATE 


44 


GANNON 


62 


STEUBENVILLE 


65 


GANNON 


93 


ILL. WESLEYAN 


65 


GANNON 


117 


DEPAUW UNIVERSITY 92 


GANNON 


75 


ACADIA 


42 


GANNON 


99 


MAINE 


48 


GANNON 


106 


MUSKINGUM 


67 


GANNON 


97 


WALSH 


59 


GANNON 


65 


NIAGARA 


56 


GANNON 


76 


BLOOMSBURG STATE 54 


GANNON 


48 


YOUNGSTOWN 


47 


GANNON 


71 


ALLIANCE 


65 


GANNON 


76 


WALSH 


47 


GANNON 


109 


MICH. LUTHERAN 


64 


GANNON 


85 


GROVE CITY 


55 


GANNON 


61 


YOUNGSTOWN 


73 


GANNON 


75 


ALLIANCE 


59 


GANNON 


94 


BUFFALO STATE 


67 


GANNON 


58 


EDINBORO 


50 


GANNON 


66 


STEUBENVILLE 


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FROM LEFT: Tom Grandinetti Assistant Student Manager, Dan Wall, Don Ruminski, Ed Lynch, Len Jeffer- 
son, Joe Glassmacher, Jeff Cronin, Jim Charterton, Coach Jim Harding, Assistant Coach Howard El- 
well, Bill Wilson Student Manager. 




FROM LEFT: Ben Wiley, Willie Alford, Lou Warren, Mel Witherspoon, Al Lawson. 





In February the streak continued to a record 
thirteen wins in a row, but not without pain. 
In the Knights' romp over Michigan Lutheran, 
star sub Jimm Chatterton, was injured, and out 
for the rest of the season. Then, with a 73 — 61 
loss on the Youngstown floor, the Knight 
drive faltered. Against Alliance, though, the 
team fought back to set a new win record, 
and drove through Buffalo State and Edinboro 
to add two more. Then came the Steubenville 



nightmare. In a riotous game plagued with 
cold foul shooting, technicals, and second half 
injury to Willie Alford, Gannon's home game 
winning streak was brought to a sour halt. A 
heartbreaking finish to the best season in 
Gannon basketball, but the Knights, with a 20— 
3 regular season record, could look forward to 
the NAIA competition with the best chance 
ever of placing high in the nation. 



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athletics 



FROM LEFT; FIRST ROW: Robert Vetera, John Collins, Ron 
Moron, Mike Moron, Ivan George Coach, SECOND ROW: 
Tom Brown, Ed Farmer, Bill Becker, Gory Schultise, Bob 



Kline, Rich Matlak, Dan Wall, Tom Grandinetti; THIRD ROW: 
Jerry Bodnar, Jim Chatterton, Jim Cipalla, Dick Lutz, Dan 
Spak, Rich Bardwell. 




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cipalla kissing it goodbye 



Gannon 


7 


Western Reserve 


2 


Gannon 


7 


University of Buffalo 


3 


Gannon 


4 


Alliance College 


3 


Gannon 


5 


Youngstown University 


8 


Gannon 


8 


Fredonia State 


9 


Gannon 


5 


Slippery Rock 


4 


Gannon 





Slippery Rock 


3 


Gannon 


4 


Malone College 


12 


Gannon 





St. Bonaventure 


8 


Gannon 


5 


Alliance College 


3 


Gannon 





Youngstown University 


7 


Gannon 


2 


Fenn College 


8 



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Baseball 



wall ahead of ball 




wall to bodnar 



Coached by Ivan George, the Gannon baseball team started the year 
with high hopes, knocking off their first three opponents. After that the 
Knights managed to eke out only two more victories in the next nine 
games, and ended their toughest season with a 5—7 record. 

A key man in the Knight attack was pitcher Rich Matlak, as were catcher 
Tom Grandinetti and fielder Dan Wall, who will both be returning next 
year. 



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athletics 



Golf 




FROM LEFT, FIRST ROW: Jay Herbert, Dennis Speigel, Thomas Nash, Joe Earley; SECOND ROW: Howard El- 
well Coach, Bill Grey, Bill Brown, Rolf Johnson, Martin Brown. 



The Golf Team under Howard Elwell wrapped up the 
season with the best mark in its history posting 15 
wins against 4 losses. Highlights of the spring season 
were wins over St. Bonaventure, John Carroll, Cani- 
sius, and Alliance. The Knights wrapped up the year 
with a string of four shutouts. 

A bright spot for the golfers was their domination of 



the Gannon Invitational Tournament, held midway in 
the season. Gannon beat all four of the other area 
teams competing. 

Heading the Knights were varsity award-winners Bill 
Brown and Rolf Johnson. Helping to round out the 
team's efforts were Tom Nash and Joe Earley. 



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Gannon 


ioy 2 


John Carroll 


5V 2 


Gannon 


10 


Edinboro State 


9 


Gannon 


17 


Fredonia State 


1 


Gannon 


16'/2 


Alliance College 


l'/2 


Gannon 


8V2 


Edinboro State 


10'/2 


Gannon 


11 


Canisius College 


7 


Gannon 


15 


Youngstown Univ- 


9 


Gannon 


3 


Youngstown Univ. 


21 


Gannon 


5 


Kent State 


19 


Gannon 


816 


St. Bonaventure Univ. 


9'/2 


Gannon 


17 


St. Bonaventure Univ. 


7 


Gannon 


24 


Pitt Campus (Bradford) 





Gannon 


18 


Alliance College 





Gannon 


16 


Fenn College 





Gannon 


18 


Jamestown Community 








College 





GANNON INVITATIONAL: 




Gannon 


41V6 


Univ. of Buffalo 


34 






Slippery Rock State 


31 






Canisius College 


23 






Clarion State 


20% 




hebert to green 




win gannon tourney — speigel nosh Johnson brown 



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athletics 



Managing only two wins in their nine contests this year, the Gannon tennis team un- 
der the leadership of Udo Zaenglein successfully trounced old time foe Canisius and 
added a win over Geneva to their record. 
Leading the netmen next year will be Frank Gennuso, Ed Ward, and John Hartman. 



Tennis 



FROM LEFT: Richard Marz, John Harfman, Frank Gennuso, Jim Crane, Ed Ward, Udo Zaenglein Coach, Louis D'Onoforio. 




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Gannon 


3 


Youngstown Univ. 


6 


Gannon 


7 


Canisius College 


2 


Gannon 


2 


Youngstown Univ. 


7 


Gannon 





Edinboro State 


9 


Gannon 


1 


Edinboro State 


8 


Gannon 


2 


Fredonia State 


7 


Gannon 


3 


Alliance College 


5 


Gannon 


5 


Geneva College 


4 


Gannon 


2 


Fenn College 


7 




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Sm 



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fenn returns 



marz scores 




89 



athletics 



Rifle Team 





FROM LEFT; SEATED: Nick Pondo, Neil Herzog, Helen Sproat, George Scherrer, Steve 
Simon. STANDING: Paul Caldwell, Allan Micksch, Frank Parise, Jamer Martel, Paul 
Davis, John Walker, Captain John Blewett. 



In a year of rebuilding, the rifle team managed a couple of hearten- 
ing victories over Case Tech and Alliance, but a heartbreaking loss by 
the margin of one point to Akron. Composed of one junior, three sopho- 
mores, and seven freshmen, the team's future prospects look much 
better. 

With the expected return of such sharpshooters as George Scherrer, 
Ron Gerono, and Vince Sitter, coach Captain John Blewett expects the 
team to be a top national contender. Already the Knight riflemen have 
a placing of 26th among the 64 schools who participated this year in 
the Texas A & I Small Bore Rifle Championship Match to their credit. 



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captain and crew check charts 





Bowling Team 



gehrlein blasts 



FROM LEFT: Charlie Bechtold, Rich Ohman, Pete Zenewicz, Randy 
Gehrlein. 





After holding down first place in the Postal Conference (Zone 7) 
of the National Intercollegiate Bowling League, the Knight bowlers 
proved they were very much the same high caliber traditionally as- 
sociated with Gannon keglers. 

Led by three men with better than 190 averages— Joe Sears, Randy 
Gehrlein, and Carl Daniele, the bowlers enjoyed a highly success- 
ful season against such opponents as Franklin and Marshal Col- 
lege, Akron, Toledo, Lehigh, and Scranton Universities. 



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athletics 



Howard "Bud" Elwell, Director of Intramural Activities, presented 
the Gannon student body an all inclusive sport program. 

Delta Sigma Phi- Fraternity captured the 1964 all-college title 
followed by Pi Kappa Alpha with Tiger Athletic Club a close third. 
Individual stars are too numerous to mention. 

The Spring and Fall months were filled with volleyballs, medicine 
balls, softballs, and footballs. 



Intramurals 





to the tower of babel 



off the streets 



the rear guard 





even st thomas would punt 



champion 



challenger 







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athletics 



Intramural Basketball 




94 



Intramural 
Bowling 




95 



&cabemic£ 




the schoolmaster— albrecht durer 



academic life 







imensions of thought- 
grappling again with 
the meditations of 
great minds— aristotle 
— augustine— berkeley 
—locke— aquinas— 
aquinas of the middle 
ages resurrected— as we 
sip the draught of 
medieval wisdom in a 
world looking pour 
soi 





99 



academic life 




100 




101 




The Business Division of the college completed a general re- 
vision of its academic curricula during the past year. Replacing 
the former general business curriculum was one with a more 
specialized basis on marketing and management- 
Two semesters of college algebra and calculus were added to 
the business schedule, reflecting recent trends toward quanti- 
tative relationships. The division also enhanced its cooperative 
program with Mercyhurst College in business education, aimed 
at familiarizing high school teachers with business subjects. 

Business majors also have an opportunity to learn current data 
processing techniques in the school's computer center. 

Presently the faculty is preparing a graduate program toward 
the M.B.A., to be inaugurated in the fall of 1966. 




102 




103 





104 





In the Division of Humanities and the Graduate School Deans Louis 
Lorei and Joseph Scottino broadened the graduate curricula, of- 
fering Master's degrees in teaching education, English, and social 
sciences. In cooperation with Mercyhurst a wide range of under- 
graduate courses were offered in such areas as elementary educa- 
tion and the creative arts. 

Over the past summer, the college conducted the first of its 
N.D.E.A. institutes for Spanish teachers, necessitating the reloca- 
tion of the language lab from Old Main to Erie Hall, where it is 
now equipped with the most recent technological devices. 

The enrollment in the division reached over 400 during the year, 
with over half its graduates moving on to higher degrees at various 
other institutions. 



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105 



academics 

The Division of Pure and Applied Sciences 
has extended its curriculum this year to of- 
fer a full year's study in geology, advanced 
algebra, college geometry, and computer 
science. 

With constant pressure to insure that its labs 
are up to date with the latest equipment, the 
division was the recipient of a grant of 
$9,000 from the National Science Foundation 
for its chemistry lab, and one of $12,775 for 
the physics lab. 

The year also saw the publication of the 
chemistry department's first annual, the 
Gannon College Chemical Journal, con- 
cerned primarily with undergraduate re- 
search and the original work of its faculty 
members. It is the hope of the department 
that the journal will stimulate original 
thought among under-graduates in the divi- 





administration 




Chancellor 



and 



President 



RT. REV. WILFRID J. NASH, PRESIDENT 




108 




MOST REV. JOHN MARK GANNON, CHANCELLOR 





In memory of 

MOST REV. EDWARD P. McMANAMAN 

Auxiliary Bishop, Erie Diocese 

Died July 18, 1964 in Philadelphia 

—Secretary, Gannon College Board of Trustees 
since 1944. 

—Led the construction drive for the Gannon li- 
brary in 1946. 

—Consecrated auxiliary bishop in 1948. 

—Awarded the degree doctor of laws honoris 
causa from the college in May, 1964. 



109 



administration 



MOST REV. JOHN MARK GANNON 
MSGR. JOSEPH K.WEHRLE 
MSGR. EDWARD J. FISCHER 
MSGR. JOHN W. MURPHY 
MSGR. JAMES F. MURPHY 
MSGR. JOHN M. GANNON 



MSGR. ALFRED M. WATSON 
MSGR. PAUL E. GOODER 
REV. JOSEPH J. CEBLINSKI 
REV. ENNIS A. CONNELLY 
REV. MARTIN A. GRADY 
REV. OTTO PISONI 



FROM LEFT; STANDING: Msgr. Wilfred Nosh, Msgr. Paul Gooder. Rev. Joseph Ceblinski, 
SEATED: Msgr. John Gannon, Archbishop John Mark Gannon, Msgr. Alfred Watson. 



Rev. Otto Pisoni, 




Board of Trustees 



The Board of Trustees is composed of selected clergy of the Erie, 
Diocese. It is the legal governing body of the college. Their duties 
parallel those of trustees in any business corporation,- budgeting, 
solving legal problems, and choosing the President of the College. 
The Board continually tries to strengthen our community-college- 
diocese bond by carefully considering the recommendations of the 
Lay Advisory Board. 



no 



Lay Advisory Board 




FREDERICK A. BLASS 
EDWARD P. BOYLE 
SAMUEL BREENE 
PHILIP COCHRAN 
JAMES CURRIE 
JOHN H. DEVITT 
JOHN W. ENGLISH 
G. RICHARD FRYLING, SR. 
WILLIAM P. GARVEY 



TRACY GRISWOLD 
CHARLES L JONES 
ROBERT KEIM 
VINCENT F. LECHNER 
RICHARD C. LYONS, M.D. 
WILLIAM F. MERWIN 
SUMNER H. NICHOLS 
JOHN J. PERKINS 



PAUL POUX, M.D. 
JUDGE SAMUEL J. ROBERTS 
JOHN SHARKEY, JR. 
J. LEGRAND SKINNER 
MICHAEL J. VESHECCO 
EVERETT D.WALKER 
LOUIS E. WENGERT 
MELVIN A. ZURN 



ill 



administration 



President's Council 




FROM LEFT; FIRST ROW: Dr. John Waldron, Msgr. Wilfrid J. Nash, Mr. Ger- 
ald R. Kraus; SECOND ROW: Rev. John Slater, Dr. Joseph P. Scottino, Rev. 



Norbert G. Wolf, Msgr. Louis Lorei, Rev. Casmir J. Lubiak, Rev. Louis Puscas, 
Mr. John B. Hynes. 



the fight of the moneybags and strong-boxes — peter 
bruegel the elder 




The President's Council functions to stimulate 
the physical and intellectual growth of the 
College and to maintain its efficient organi- 
zation. Their prime responsibility is to deter- 
mine policy and coordinate the activities of 
the various departments of the college, and 
to insure its financial well-being. This year 
the Council eliminated the graduation re- 
quirement of comprehensive examinations in 
theology and philosophy. They have also 
been instrumental in the continuance of the 
cooperative educational programs among 
Gannon, Mercyhurst, and Villa Maria Col- 
leges. 



112 



MR. JOHN HYNES-BUSINESS MANAGER MR. JAMES HARDING-DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 

II. 





FR. JOSEPH HIPP-FINANCIAL AID OFFICER 








DR. JOSEPH SCOTTINO-DIRECTOR OF 
GRADUATE AND EVENING STUDIES 



a 



FR. JOHN SLATER-ASSISTANT TO 
THE PRESIDENT 










FR. NORBERT WOLF-TREASURER 



administration 



FR. LOUIS PUSCAS-DEAN OF MEN 



FR. LAWRENCE SPEICE-ASSISTANT REGISTRAR 




MR. THOMAS BATES-DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS 
MR. RICHARD HERBSTRITT-REGISTRAR 



FR. RICHARD SULLIVAN-DIRECTOR OF RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES 




MR. JOHN HYNES JR-DIRECTOR OF GANNON PRESS 




FR. CASIMIR J. LUBIAK-LIBRARIAN 



MR. KEVIN QUINN-COMPTROLLER 



115 



administration 



Division Deans 




VERY REV. LOUIS LORE!, DEAN OF HUMANITIES 





DR. JOHN E. WALDRON, DEAN OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 





MR. GERALD R. KRAUS, DEAN OF PURE AND APPLIED SCIENCE 



117 



faculty 




Accounting 



MR. FRANCIS WEITHMAN-M.A 




Business 
Administration 



MR. JOSEPH BRESSAN-C.P.A. 



Economics and 
Finance 



MR. THOMAS MONAHAN-C.P.A 




DR. JOHN SUSKO-Ph.D. 
Chairman, Department of 
Economics 





MR. WILLIAM LATIMER-M.BA. 
Chairman, Department of 
Finance 



MR. PAUL WEIDLE-M.B.A. 




MR. ERNEST WRIGHT-M.BA. 




MR. WILLIAM DARGAN-MA. 



MR. RICHARD DUNFORD-M.S. 



MR. JOHN LEE-MA. 



118 



Management and Marketing 



MR. JAMES HANES-LL.B. 



Humanities 



Education 



DR. CHARLES LUNDY-Ph.D. 







«V 




MR. PETER SMALTZ-A.B. 






MR. ROGER KENNEDY-M.B.A. 



MR. CHARLES ALCORN-Ed. M. 




MR. JOHN 

WALLACH-M.A. 





DR. CHARLES COLVIN-D.Ed. 
Chairman, Department 
of Education 



DR. J. CARTER 

ROWLAND-Ph.D 
Chairman, Department 

of English 





DR. JOHN ROUCH-Ph.D. MR. CHARLES SMITH-M.A. 



English 



119 



faculty 



FR. PAUL DeSANTE-Ph.D. 



MISS PATRICIA HOLLY-M.A. 




SISTER MARY JUDE-O.S.B. 





MR. JOHN MEEHAN-M A. 




MR. JOSEPH GAVIN-M.A. 




MR. DAVID PALMER-M.A. 



-.» 



MR. J. JACOB YOUNG-M.A. 




Fine Arts 



MSGR. BONAVENTURE CIUFOI '- 

J.U.D. 

Chairman, Department of Fine Arts 




MR. JOSEPH WESLEY-M.A. 



120 



History 




Languages and Linguistics 



FR. ROBERT BARCIO-M.A. 



MR. RAYMOND CLOUGH-M.A. 




MR. DANIEL WILLIMAN-M.A. 



DR. RICHARD L. BEYER-Ph.D. 
Chairman, Department of History 



DR. NORA ROTHSCHILD-Dr. iur. 







DR. PAUL WARD PETERSON- FR. ROBERT FIN-Ph.D. 

Ph.D. 
Chairman, Department of 
Language. 



— ^-i, 




MR. HANS FUNK 




DR. ERON DELEON-SOTO-Ph. D. 



DR. MIGUEL A. SAGUE-Ed.D. 



long days 



121 



faculty 



DR. BERTL WEBER-Ph.D. 



DR. ATTILO CICOZZI-Ph.D. 




Philosophy 



FR. ALPHONSE CRISPO-Ph.D. 
Chairman, Department of Phil- 
osophy 



DR. TIHOMIL DREZGA-LLD. 




FR. ALFRED GIBBONS-M.A 




FR. JOHN BURKE-M.A. 



FR. JOHN THOMPSON-M.A. 



122 



Political 
Science 



the triumph of time— peter bruegel 





FR. JOSEPH BARR-Ph.D. 
Chairman, Department of Political 
Science 



DR. JOHN FLEMING-Ph.D. 
Chairman, Department of Psychology 



Public Speaking 



MR. MARTIN GILDEA-M.A. 



Psychology 






FR. FRANCIS HAAS-B.A. DR. JOSEPH SCOTTINO-Ph.D. 



MR. ROBERT FALKEWITZ-M.Ed. 





MR. ANTHONY SCHMITT-M.A. 
Chairman, Department of Public Speaking 



the logon method 



123 




faculty 




MR. JOSEPH TASCONE-M.A. 
Chairman, Department of Sociology 




Sociology 



MR. DANIEL KOENIG-M.S. 




MR. JEROME PELKOWSKI-M.S.W. 



Theology 



FR. JAMES PETERSON 

M.A. 
Chairman, Department 

of Theology 




FR. RICHARD 
SULLIVAN-B.A. 




MR. JOHN MALINOWSKI-M.A. 









FR. JOHN SCHANZ-Ph.D. 



FR. ROBERT LEVIS-Ph.D. 



124 



MR. WILLIAM SCHUBERT-M.S. 



DR. ELMER KOHLMILLER 
Ph.D. 

Chairman, Depart- 
ment of Biology. 




MR. THADDEUS GORSKI-M.S. 



Sciences 



DR. GERT SCHLESSINGER-Ph.D. 





Biology 



DR. RICHARD GAMMON-Ph.D. 





MR. GEORGE HESCH-M.S. DR. ROBERT BECKER-Ph.D. 




FR. ADDISON YEHL-M.S. 
Chairman, Department of 
Chemistry 



Chemistry 



DR. JOHN DAVIS-Ph.D. 




Earth 



Science 



MR. JOHN GILEWICZ- 
B.S.E.E. 

Chairman, Department of 
Earth Science 




the witch— pefer bruegel 




MR. ARTHUR COOK-B.S. 





MR. JERRY SELVAGGI-M.S. 
Chairman, Department of Engineering 



MR. THOMAS MILLER-B.E.E. 



MR. THOMAS JIANG-M.E.E. 




m-J 




MR. LEONARD VETRONE 



DR. ARTHUR SELIG- 
MAN-DR. ING 





MR. FRANK GROSZKIEWICZ-B.E.E. 



DR. HALIT KOSAR-Ph. D. 



MR. EDWARD ROGERS-M.A. 




MR. JAMES FREEMAN- 

M.S. 
Chairman, Department of 
Mathematics 



DR. YUN K. HUANG-Ph. D. 



MR. JOHN FITZGERALD-M.S 



126 




DR. GIOVANNI IMPEDUGLIA-Ph. D. 



Physics 



SGT. MAJOR SHELDON 




SP 5 THOMAS McELHINNEY 
CAPT. JOSEPH MORABIT-B.S. 



LT. COL. WILLIAM RHODEY-B.A. 
Chairman, Department of Military Science 



LT. COL. JOHN FORSTON-B.S. 



Military Science 





CAPT. JEREMIAH 
COUNIHAN-B.S. 



CAPT. JOHN BLEWETT-B.S 



SGT. FREDERICK PINE 



127 



faculty 



Guidance 



FR. ELDON K. SOMERS-D.ED. 





file his gre with his psat and ceeb 



128 




MR. OWEN T. FINEGAN-M.S. 



MR. JOSEPH W. McLAUGHLIN-M.ED. 





entorsf 




the wheel of fortune— albrecht diirer 




WILLIAM ALFORD JR. 


RICHARD CRAIG ALLISON 


LEWIS BRIAN AMBRON RAFAEL 1. ANCONA 


DAVID L ANDERSON 


JOSEPH AUTH 


L. SCOn BARNARD WALTER BARON 

the long line — umpirowicz — baron 



WILLIAM ALFORD JR.— Farrell, Pa. Business. Varsity Basketball. 
RICHARD CRAIG ALLISON-Erie, Pa. Accounting. LEWIS BRIAN 
AMBRON-Erie, Pa. Finance. S.I.T. Secretary, R.O.T.C. Band, Fenc- 
ing Team, Gannon Knight Exchange Editor. RAFAEL ANCONA— 
Erie, Pa. Economics. St. Thomas More Club. DAVID L. ANDERSON 
—Erie, Pa. Biology. Intramurals, Science Club. JOSEPH AUTH— 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Accounting. S.I.T. Vice-President, Intramurals. L. 
SCOTT BARNARD-Erie, Pa. Marketing. Pi Kappa Alpha, S.I.T., 
Intramurals. WALTER BARON-Erie, Pa. History. History Club. 



132 




JOHN FRANCIS BARRY-Erie, Pa. General Business. Tau Kappa 
Epsilon. LAWRENCE M. BEEMAN-Rochester, N.Y. Accounting. 
FRANCIS BEHAN-Erie, Pa. Psychology. Psychology Club. 
JOHN J. BERRY-McKeesport, Pa. Accounting. S.I.T., Intramural 
Sports. JOHN E. BLEIL— Erie, Pa. Accounting. Intramurals, 
St. Thomas More Club Vice-President. RICHARD J. BONNIE- 
Erie, Pa. Industrial Management. JOHN A. BOSLETT JR.- 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Chemistry. JAMES A. BROWN-Erie, Pa. Mathe- 
matics. Student Council, Delta Sigma Phi. I.B.M. Instructor. 
MARTIN BROWN-Erie, Pa. Sociology. Pi Kappa Alpha, I.F.C. 
Secretary, Sociology Club, Golf Team, Intramurals. JOHN 
BRUNCSAK-Arnold, Pa. Biology. R.O.T.C. Band, Science 
Club, Intramurals, Talisman Players. THOMAS S. BROZOS- 
TOWSKI-Erie Pa. Mathematics. Advanced R.O.T.C, Scabbard 
and Blade, Raiders. JACK BUCCERI-Titusville, Pa. Biology. 
Science Club, Intramurals, Y.C.S., P.B.A. 



Registration 





JOHN FRANCIS BARRY 
FRANCIS BEHAN 



LAWRENCE M. BEEMAN 
JOHN J. BERRY 










JOHN E. BLEIL RICHARD J. BONNIE 

JOHN A. BOSLETT MARTIN BROWN 

JAMES A. BROWN JOHN BRUNCSAK 

THOMAS A. BROZOSTOWSKI JACK BUCCERI 



133 




RONALD R. BULES-Erie, Pa. Mathematics. RONALD CALUCCI 
-Erie, Pa. Sociology. Sociology Club. THOMAS CAMPANILE 
JR. -Erie, Pa. Business. Intramurals. FREDERICK JAMES CAR- 
BERRY-Franklin, Pa. Psychology. Psychology Club. THOMAS 
JOSEPH CARDILLE-Erie, Pa. Accounting. Intramurals, S.I.T. 
FRANK J. CARGIOLI-Erie, Pa. General Science. Alpha Phi 
Delta Vice-President, I.F.C. Vice-President, Intramurals, Student 
Council, Y.C.S. CHARLES CLARK-Erie, Pa. Chemistry. Chemis- 
try Club. CHARLES W. COLWELL JR.-Erie, Pa. Mechanical 
Engineering. Pi Kappa Alpha, P.S.P.E., Intramurals. CASSIUS 
THOMAS COOK— Erie, Pa. General Science. Talisman Players, 
Alpha Psi Omega. JOHN R. COONEY-Erie, Pa. Accounting. 



Instruction 




CASSIUS T. COOK 
JOHN R. COONEY 




RONALD R. BULES 
THOMAS CAMPANILE JR. 
THOMAS J. CARDILLE 
CHARLES CLARK 



RONALD CALUCCI 
FREDERICK J. CARBERRY 
FRANK J. CARGIOLI 
CHARLES W. COLWELL JR. 




134 





WILLIAM J. COOPER III 
DENNIS CROTTY 



DOMINICK A. CRINO 
RICHARD E. DAHLE 



LOUIS J. CRITELLI JR. 
DAVID D'AURORA 



MARK A. CROSS 
WILLIAM R. DEARBORN 



the smaltz method 




WILLIAM J. COOPER Ill-Pittsburgh, Pa. English. DOMINICK A. 
CRINO-Dunkirk, NY. Sociology. R.O.T.C. Band, Pi Kappa 
Alpha, Sociology Club President, Lance Staff, Science Club. 
LOUIS J. CRITELLI JR -Erie, Pa. General Science. Dorm Coun- 
cil, Intramurals. MARK A. CROSS-Erie, Pa. Physics. Science 
Club, Chemistry Club. DENNIS CROTTY-Erie, Pa. Social 
Science. P.S.E.A. RICHARD E. DAHLE-Erie, Pa. Industrial Man- 
agement. Advanced R.O.T.C, A.I.E.E., Intramurals. DAVID 
D'AURORA— Erie, Pa. Biology. Science Club, Intramurals, Young 
Democrats. WILLIAM R. DEARBORN-Erie, Pa. Electrical Engi- 
neering. Advanced R.O.T.C, R.O.T.C. Band, Scabbard and 
Blade, I.E.E.E. JOHN T. DEET-Meriden, Conn. Biology, Intra- 
murals. RUSSELL JAMES DELANEY-Erie, Pa. Accounting. 
Intramurals, Advanced R.O.T.C, Pershing Rifles. 



JOHN T. DEET 



RUSSELL J. DELANEY 




135 




PETER M. DELIO 
DAVID F. DIETEMAN 



DOUGLAS DEL PORTE 
ROBERT A. DILLEY 



PATRICIA N. DENNING 
JAMES T. DIVINS 



GARY W. DIEFENBACH 
NORBERT DOWDALL 



DUANE L. DOYLE 
FREDERICK DUDENHOEFER 



RICHARD R. DRAB 
JAMES DUDENHOEFER 



PETER M. DEUO-Erie, Pa. Accounting. DOUGLAS D. DEL 
PORTE— Erie, Pa. General Business. Pershing Rifles, S.I.T. 
PATRICIA N. DENNING-Erie, Pa. Sociology. GARY W. DIE- 
FENBACH— Erie, Pa. Accounting. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Intra- 
murals. DAVID F. DIETEMAN-Erie, Pa. Pre-Medical. Pi Kappa 
Alpha President, Science Club, Blue Key. ROBERT A. DILLEY— 
Erie, Pa. Accounting. Bowling League. JAMES T. DIVINS— Erie 
Pa. Accounting. Spanish Club. NORBERT DOWDALL-Buffalo, 
N.Y. Sociology. Advanced R.O.T.C, Intramurals, Pershing 
Rifles. DUANE L. DOYLE-Erie, Pa. Political Science. I.R.C., 
French Club. RICHARD R. DRAB-Greensburg, Pa. Accounting. 
S.I.T., Intramurals. FREDERICK DUDENHOEFER-Erie, Pa. Chem- 
istry. Student Council President, Delta Sigma Phi, Blue Key, 
Chemistry Club, ACS., Deans List, Who's Who. JAMES 
DUDENHOEFER-Erie, Pa. Electrical Engineering. Delta Sigma 
Phi, A.I.E.E., Student Council, Intramurals 




136 








RICHARD EDKIN 
ROBERT E. ESSER 
JAMES FATTER 
JAMES R. FILIPPO 



HERBERT W. ELLIOT 
RONALD ESSER 
RUSSELL W. FERRIE 
WILLIAM FLAHERTY JR. 




1 




an idea sinks in 



RICHARD EDKIN-Erie, Pa. Electrical Engineering. Intramurals, 
I.E.E.E., Pi Kappa Alpha. HERBERT W. ELLIOT— Erie, Pa. Indus- 
trial Management. ROBERT E. ESSER-Erie, Pa. Mechanical 
Engineering. Intramurals, Advanced R.O.T.C, P.S.P.E. RON- 
ALD ESSER— Pittsburgh, Pa. Biology. Student Council, Junior 
Class Vice-President, Senior Class Treasurer, Y.C.S., Intra- 
murals. JAMES FATTER-Erie, Pa. English. Pershing Rifles, 
C.C.D. RUSSELL W. FERRIE— Erie, Pa. Mechanical Engineering. 
JAMES R. FILIPPO— Erie, Pa. Biology. Student Council, Biology 
Club, Intramurals. WILLIAM FLAHERTY JR.— Erie, Pa. Market- 
ing. Student Council, Intramurals, Science Club, Young Re- 
publicans. 



Inculcation 



137 




JEFFERY E. FLYNN-Erie, Po. Marketing. Delta 
Sigma Phi. LEWIS A. FORTI-Buffalo, N.Y. Soci- 
ology. Blue Key, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Student 
Council Vice-President, Who's Who. WILLIAM 
ROBERT FOSTER-Mattoon, III. Business Adminis- 
tration. Varsity Basketball, Intramurals. JOSEPH 
F. FRANZ-Erie, Pa. Accounting. JOHN E. FREED 
—Erie, Pa. English. Lance Editor-in-Chief, P.S.E.A., 
L.I.T., Pi Kappa Alpha Vice-President, Blue Key, 
Debate Team, Who's Who, Student Council Inter 
collegiate Social Chairman, Intramurals, Dean's 
List. DOMINIC J. FRISINA-Meadville, Pa. Busi- 
ness. Alpha Phi Delta, Intramurals. RON FRON- 
ZAGLIA-Erie, Pa. Political Science. Alpha Phi 
Delta, Student Council, I.R.C., Stage Band. WIL- 
LIAM J. FURDELL-Erie, Pa. History. Band, Spanish 
Club, History Club, C.C.D. 



to be employed— the dream 



Investigation 



JEFFERY E. FLYNN 
JOHN E. FREED 



LEWIS A. FORTI 
DOMINIC J. FRISINA 



WILLIAM R. FOSTER 
RONALD FRONZAGLIA 



JOSEPH F. FRANZ 
WILLIAM J. FURDELL 







138 




WILLIAM J. GRAY 
ROBERT J. GRIFFITH 
ANTHONY C. GRISANTI 
ROBERT D. HAIN 



MICHAEL JOSEPH GREULICH 
GEORGE E. GRIGNOL 
WILLIAM GRUGIN III 
ALAN J. HANNIBAL 



MARTIN F. GALLAGHER 
DAVID M. GLENN 



JOHN GIES 
JERRY GORUP 




MARTIN F. GALLAGHER-Erie, Pa. English. Gannon Knight, 
Glee Club, Scabbard and Blade, Intramurals. JOHN GIES- 
Erie, Pa. Mathematics. Intramurals. DAVID M. GLENN- Cam- 
bridge Springs, Pa. Sociology. Sociology Club. JERRY GORUP 
—Allison Park, Pa. Sociology. Basketball Manager, Baseball 
Manager, Sociology Club Vice-President. WILLIAM J. GRAY- 
Meadville, Pa. Accounting. S.I.T. MICHAEL JOSEPH GREULICH 
—Erie, Pa. Business Administration. C.C.D., Intramurals. ROBERT 
J. GRIFFITH— Erie, Pa. Electrical Engineering. I.E.E.E. GEORGE 
E. GRIGNOL— Erie, Pa. PreMedical. Science Club, Intramurals. 
ANTHONY C. GRISANTI-Buffalo, N.Y. Finance. Intramurals, 
S.I.T., Young Democrats. WILLIAM GRUGIN Ill-Erie, Pa. Biol- 
ogy. Science Club, P.S.E.A. ROBERT D. HAIN-Erie, Pa. Politi- 
cal Science. S.I.T., Spanish Club, I.R.C., Young Democrats. 
ALAN J. HANNIBAL-St. Mary's Pa. Mathematics. Y.C.S., St. 
Thomas More Club, Blue Key. 








139 




DAVID J. HANTON 
WALTER W. HAWLEY JR. 
RICHARD JOHN HAYES 
JAMES E. HERRMANN 



THOMAS R. HAVRILLA 
PATRICK M. HAYES 
DAVID F. HEIDT 
ROBERT V. HEVERLEY 




Ratiocination 



DAVID J. HANTON-Oil City, Pa. Electrical Engineering. I.E.E.E. 
THOMAS R. HAVRILLA-Erie, Pa. Biology. St. Thomas More 
Club, Intramurals, Glee Club. WALTER W. HAWLEY JR.-Erie, 
Pa. Electrical Engineering. I.E.E.E. PATRICK M. HAYES-Erie Pa. 
Sociology. Delta Sigma Phi President, Student Council, Fresh- 
man Class Secretary, Sophomore Class Secretary, Senior Class 
Secretary, Intramurals. RICHARD JOHN HAYES-Erie, Pa. Busi- 
ness Administration. Scabbard and Blade, Bowling, Advanced 
R.O.T.C. DAVID F. HEIDT— Erie, Pa. Mathematics. Bowling, Intra- 
murals, Scabbard and Blade, Advanced R.O.T.C, Deans List. 
JAMES E. HERRMANN-Rochester, New York. Business Admin- 
istration. Talisman Players, G.O.A.C, Intramurals. ROBERT V. 
HEVERLEY-Erie, Pa. Economics. Baseball. 





140 



BONNIE HOFF-Erie, Pa. English, Alpha Psi Omega Presi- 
dent, Talisman Players President, Lambda lota Tau. 
THOMAS J. HORNAMAN-Erie, Pa. Political Science. 
Science Club, A.I.E.E., Cross Country. RICHARD G. JOHN- 
SON— North East, Pa. Electrical Engineering. Delta Sigma 
Phi. NORBERT KACZMAREK-Erie, Pa. Mathematics. Intra- 
murals. JAMES R. KEARNEY-Bethesda, Maryland. Business 
Administration. S.I.T., Intramurals, Young Democrats, Persh- 
ing Rifles. BRIAN D. KERBERGER-Guys Mills, Pa. General 
Science. ROBERT M. KIRES-Liverpool, N.Y. Finance. S.I.T. 
THOMAS H. KLEBES-Erie, Pa. Industrial Management. 
Delta Sigma Phi Vice-President. DAVID D. KNOLL-Erie, 
Pa. English. Blue Key President, Advanced R.O.T.C, Lance 
Literary Editor, Gannon Knight, Junior Class Treasurer, 
Dean's List, Who's Who, Debate Club, Scutcheon, L.I.T., 
D.M.S. ROBERT G. KOLLER-Williamsville, N.Y. Finance. 
Intramurals, Bowling, S.I.T. RONALD KOPF-Erie, Pa. 
Business Management. HENRY KRIEGEL— Johnsonburg, Pa. 
Economics. Tau Kappa Epsilon. 




BONNIE HOFF 
RICHARD G. JOHNSON 



THOMAS J. HORNAMAN 
NORBERT KACZMAREK 



JAMES R. KEARNEY 
DAVID D. KNOLL 



BRIAN D. KERBERGER 
ROBERT G. KOLLER 



ROBERT M. KIRES 
RONALD KOPF 



THOMAS H. KLEBES 
HENRY KRIEGEL 




141 




JOHN KUCHARSKI 



STEVEN F. KUHTA 



JOHN KUCHARSKI tl — Erie, Pa. Industrial Management. Delta 
Sigma Phi Vice-President, Student Council, Lance, Young Demo- 
crats, Intramurals. STEVEN F. KUHTA— Nu Mine, Pa. Accounting. 
Intramurals, Y.C.S. DONALD KURPIEWSKI-Erie, Pa. Mathe- 
matics. Pershing Rifles. ROBERT LACEY-Erie, Pa. Mechanical 
Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, P.S.P.E. DAVID H. LACONI- 
Saxonburg, Pa. Business Administration. Dean's List, S.I.T., 
Intramurals. EDWARD LANDER— Erie, Pa. Accounting. Junior 
Class President, Student Council Secretary, Who's Who, Intra- 
murals. ALFRED R. LAWSON-Pittsburgh, Pa. Accounting. Var- 
sity Basketball. G. H. LIM— Djakarta Indonesia. Economics. S.I.T. 
ALBERT LOGAN JR.-Pittsburgh, Pa. English. C.C.D., St. 
Thomas More President, Cross Country, Lambda lota Tau, Blue 
Key, Who's Who, Gannon Knight Associate Editor, Scutcheon 
Editorial Assistant, Lance, Student Council. PHILIP R. LYNCH- 
Conneaut, Pa. History, Pershing Rifles, P.S.E.A. 




*VM 



book bike and colwell 



DONALD KURPIEWSKI 
ALFRED H. LAWSON 



ROBERT LACEY 
G. H. LIM 



DAVID H. LACONI 
ALBERT LOGAN JR. 



EDWARD LANDER 
PHILIP R. LYNCH 







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^ 





MICHAEL MAHONEY 
JAMES MARESSA 
WILLIAM R. MARZ 
JOHN J. McCARTAN 



THOMAS J. MANLEY 
JOHN A. MARIANI 
RICHARD J. MATLAK 
ANNE McGILL 



RICHARD A. LYNN 
SAM MADONIA 



Automation 



RICHARD A. LYNN-Erie, Pa. Electrical Engineering. I.E.E.E. 
SAM MADONIA-North East, Pa. Accounting. MICHAEL 
MAHONEY— Conneautville, Pa. General Science. Debate Club, 
Gannon Knight, Lance, Scutcheon. THOMAS J. MANLEY- 
Lakeview, N.Y. Finance. S.I.T., G.O.A.C, Intramurals. JAMES 
MARESSA-Neward, N.Y. Biology. JOHN A. MARIANI-Erie, 
Pa. Marketing. Student Council, I.F.C., Pi Kappa Alpha, Who's 
Who. WILLIAM RICHARD MARZ-Erie, Pa. Industrial Manage- 
ment. Freshman Class President, Student Council, Winter Carni- 
val Chairman, Tennis, Intramurals. RICHARD JOHN MATLAK- 
Erie, Pa. History. P.S.E.A., Intramurals, Baseball, History Club. 
JOHN J. McCARTAN-Pittsburgh, Pa. Sociology. Sociology 
Club. ANNE McGILL— North East, Pa. Languages. Spanish Club. 




143 





KENNETH W. McGUIGAN JR. JAMES P. McKAY 

WILLIAM P. McMAHON JAMES A. MILLER 

JOSE J. LOPEZ MONTES GERARD MUELLER 

PHILIP NASCA JOEL P. NATHANSOHN 



Recreation 



KENNETH W. McGUIGAN JR.-Erie, Pa. Accounting. JAMES 
P. McKAY— Cliffside Park, New Jersey. Industrial Management. 
Intramurals, Young Democrats. WILLIAM P. McMAHON-Oil 
City, Pa. Economics. Intramurals, S.I.T. JAMES A. MILLER— Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Accounting. Intramurals, Talisman Players, S.I.T. 
JOSE J. LOPEZ MONTES-Erie, Pa. Industrial Management. 
Saint Thomas More Club, Intramurals. GERARD MUELLER- 
Emporium, Pa. Industrial Management. GOAC. PHILIP NASCA 
—Erie, Pa. History. Pershing Rifles, Dorm Council, Student Coun- 
cil, Tau Kappa Epsilon President, Sociology Club, Inter Frater- 
nity Council. JOEL P. NATHANSOHN-Erie, Pa. Electrical 
Engineering. I.E.E.E. Intramurals. GERALD P. NICHOLS— McKees- 
port, Pa. General Science. Delta Sigma Phi, Young Democrats, 
Science Club, Student Council, Y.C.S., Sociology Tutor Program. 
JOHN D. O'BRIEN Pittsburgh, Pa. Accounting. S.I.T., Soccer 
Club, Sophomore Class Vice-President, Senior Class President, 
Student Council, Deans List, Intramurals. THOMAS C. O'CON- 
NOR— Erie, Pa. History. Blue Key Secretary-Treasurer, Tau 
Kappa Epsilon President, Gannon Historical Society, Young 
Republicans, Intramurals, Who's Who, Student Council. 
RICHARD J. OLCHAK-Pittsburgh, Pa. Mathematics. Gannon 
Knight, Intramurals. 



GERALD P. NICHOLS 
THOMAS C. O'CONNOR 



JOHN D. O'BRIEN 
RICHARD J. OLCHAK 




1*4 







DAVID R. OLIVER 
J. EDWARD PICARD 



RAYMOND J. PARMARTER 
THOMAS J. PISCITELLI 



FRANK PASTOR 
EUGENE POLASKI 



PAULT. PICARD 
LAWRENCE J. PONGONIS 



DAVID R. OLIVER-Erie, Pa. Business Administration. RAYMOND 
J. PARMARTER-Erie, Pa. General Science. FRANK PASTOR- 
Franklin, Pa. Accounting. Glee Club, GOAC, Advanced ROTC. 
J. EDWARD PICARD— Conneaut, Ohio. Accounting. Intramurals, 
Tau Kappa Epsilon, S.I.T. Treasurer, President, Young Republi- 
cans, Blue Key, I.F.C. PAUL THOMAS PICARD-Conneaut, Ohio. 
Accounting. Bowling League President, S.I.T. Treasurer, Intra- 



murals, Winter Carnival Committee. THOMAS J. PISCITELLI — 
Erie, Pa. Sociology. Gannon Knight, Sociology Club Intra- 
murals. EUGENE POLASKI-Johnsonburg, Pa. Chemistry. Chem- 
istry Club Vice-President, C.C.D., Gannon Knight. LAWRENCE 
J. PONGONIS-Cleveland, Ohio. Student Prefect, Blue Key, 
Lambda lota Tau, Intramurals, G.O.A.C, CCD., Basketball, 
YCS. 



scrounging in the lounge— or— lounging in the scrounge 




145 



seniors 



ROBERT C. PRAETZEL 
ROBERT RAFFERTY 
FRED H. RILLING 
THOMAS C. ROHRER 



JOHN P. PURCHASE 
TERRENCE E. REID 
EUGENE PAUL ROBERTS 
SAMUEL JAMES ROSSI 



Rumination 



ROBERT C. PRAETZEL-Erie, Pa. Economics. Tau Kappa Epsilon. 
JOHN P. PURCHASE-Erie, Pa. Political Science. Talisman 
Players, Spanish Club. ROBERT RAFFERTY-Erie, Pa. Biology, 
Science Club. TERRENCE E. REID— Erie, Pa. Finance. FRED H. 
RILLING JR.-Lake City, Pa. Mechanical Engineering. EUGENE 
PAUL ROBERTS-Long Island, N.Y. Political Science. Advanced 
R.O.T.C, Scabbard and Blade, Y.C.S., French Club. THOMAS 
C. ROHRER-Erie, Pa. Finance. S.I.T. Vice-President, Glee Club, 
C.C.D., Young Democrats. SAMUEL JAMES ROSSI-Erie, Pa. 
History. Delta Sigma Phi, P.S.E.A., Historical Society, Gannon 
Band, Intramurals. 



a place for everything 











146 




RALPH A. ROSSONI-Erie, Pa. Industrial Management. Alpha 
Phi Delta, Pershing Rifles, Scabbard and Blade, Advanced 
R.O.T.C. HARRY E. RUDOLPH-Erie, Pa. Accounting. Pi Kappa 
Alpha, Young Republicans. JAMES SAINSBURY-Erie, Pa. Pre- 
Dental. Science Club. JOHN E. SAUSBURY-Erie, Pa. Economics. 
BRIAN J. SAVIOLA- Williamsville, N.Y. English. Intramurals. 
ALFRED M. SCARSELLA JR.-Youngstown, Ohio. History. WIL- 
LIAM SCHAAF— Erie, Pa. Industrial Management. Tau Kappa 
Epsilon Secretary, R.O.T.C. Band, C.C.D. JAMES W. SCHERER 
—Erie, Pa. Accounting. Tau Kappa Epsilon Treasurer, Intra- 
murals. JAMES J. SCHOENBEIN-Erie, Pa. Industrial Manage- 
ment. Advanced R.O.T.C. HAROLD J. SCHROECK-Erie, Pa. 
Mechanical Engineering. St. Thomas More Club, P.S.P.E. 
JOSEPH E. SCHULTZ JR.-Erie, Pa. History. Delta Sigma Phi, 
Young Democrats, Historical Society, French Club, Intramurals. 
JAMES ANTHONY SCOZZIE-Erie, Pa. Chemistry. Delta Sigma 
Phi Secretary, Chemistry Club President, A.C.S., I.F.C. Presi- 
dent, Blue Key, Young Democrats, Intramurals, Deans List. 



RALPH A. ROSSONI 
JAMES SAINSBURY 



HARRY E. RUDOLPH 
JOHN E. SALISBURY 



BRIAN J. SAVIOLA 
JAMES J. SCHOENBEIN 



ALFRED M. SCARSELLA JR. 
HAROLD J. SCHROECK 



WILLIAM SCHAAF 
JOSEPH E. SCHULTZ JR. 



JAMES W. SCHERER 
JAMES ANTHONY SCOZZI 








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ROBERT SEELINGER 
JAMES STACK 



ROBERT J. SERTZ 
CHARLES G. STAUDT 



FRANK E. SMITH 
DAVID STEMMLER 



DANIEL J. SPACK 
JOSEPH D. SUTKOFF 



CHARLES SZEWCZYKOWSKI 
DENNIS THIEMANN 



ROCCO TACCONE 
CLIFTON C. THOMPSON JR. 







ROBERT SEELINGER-Erie, Pa. Accounting. S.I.T., Intramurals. 
ROBERT J. SERTZ-Erie, Pa. History. Intramurals, P.S.E.A., Young 
Democrats. FRANK E. SMITH— Sharon, Pa. English. Gannon 
Knight, St. Thomas More Club, L.I.T. Vice-President, Who's Who, 
C.C.D., Y.C.S. DANIEL J. SPACK-New Kensington, Pa. History. 
Delta Sigma Phi, P.S.E.A., Varsity Baseball. JAMES STACK- 
Erie Pa. Chemistry. Intramurals, Chemistry Club, Raiders. 
CHARLES G. STAUDT-Erie, Pa. Finance. DAVID STEMMLER- 
Erie, Pa. General Science. P.S.E.A., St. Thomas More Club, 
Intramurals. JOSEPH D. SUTKOFF-Erie, Pa. Physics. CHARLES 
SZEWCZYKOWSKI-Erie, Pa. Mechanical Engineering. P.S.P.E., 
I.E.E.E., Intramurals. ROCCO TACCONE-Erie, Pa. Marketing. 
Alpha Phi Delta, R.O.T.C Band, Intramurals. DENNIS THIEMANN 
-Erie, Pa. Business. CLIFTON C. THOMPSON JR.-Mathematics. 
Intramurals. 



M8 




father levis communicates 



Re-Creation 







THOMAS THORN— Kenmore, N.Y. Accounting. Intramurals. 
HORACIO TISERA-LOPEZ-Erie, Pa. Mechanical Engineering. 
JAMES A TREIBER— Erie, Pa. Political Science. I.R.C. MICHAEL 
A. URDA— Greenville, Pa. Psychology. Psi Club Vice-President, 
Intramurals. JAMES P. VASIL— Erie, Pa. Chemistry. Advanced 
R.O.T.C, Scabbard and Blade, Gannon College Band, Chemis- 
try Club. WILLIAM R. VATH-Ridgway, Pa. English. C.C.D., 
Lambda lota Tau. JOHN F. VEIGA- Erie, Pa. Industrial Man- 
agement. Intramurals. DAVID J. VOELKER-Tonawanda, N.Y. 
Business. S.I.T., GOAC, Sociology Club, Intramurals, St. 
Joseph's Home Basketball and Track Coach. 





the body of christ— amen 






THOMAS THORN 


HORACIO TISERA-LOPEZ 


JAMES A. TREIBER 


MICHAEL A. URDA 


JAMES P. VASIL 


WILLIAM R. VATH 


JOHN F. VEIGA 


DAVID J. VOELKER 



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JOHN W. WALKIEWICZ 
FREDERICK G. WERNER 



EDWARD D. WALSH JR. 
TERRENCE B. WHALEN 



DENNIS W. WEED 
DENNIS R. WHITE 



MICHAEL J. WEINDORF 
JON G. WHITEMAN 



the four riders of the apocalypse— albrecht durer 




JOHN W. WALKIEWICZ-Erie, Pa. Physics Lab Instructor. 
EDWARD D. WALSH JR. -Erie, Pa. Electrical Engineering. 
I.E.E.E. Vice-Chaicman. DENNIS W. WEED-Erie, Pa. Industrial 
Management. Drama Club, Soccer Team. MICHAEL J. WEIN- 
DORF— Erie, Pa. Biology. Science Club, P.S.E.A., Intramurals. 
FREDERICK G. WERNER-Erie, Pa. Accounting. TERRENCE B. 
WHALEN-Erie, Pa. Finance. S.I.T., Glee Club, Y.C.S., Intra- 
murals. DENNIS R. WHITE-Buffalo, N.Y. Business. Intramurals. 
JON G. WHITEMAN— Erie, Pa. Accounting. Tau Kappa Epsilon, 
S.I.T., Advanced R.O.T.C, Intramurals. 



150 





TERRY E. WIAND-Stoneboro, Pa. Business. R.O.T.C. Band, Con- 
cert Band, Dean's List, Student Prefect. P. CRAIG WILSON— 
Erie, Pa. Political Science. I.R.C. JAMES J. WINGERTER-Erie, 
Pa. Accounting. Y.C.S. Intramurals. PAUL WINKELBAUER- 
Edinboro, Pa. General Science. P.S.E.A. LEE WOLFF-Erie, Pa. 
Business. PI Kappa Alpha. MICHAEL WOZNIAK-Erie, Pa. 
Accounting. Intramurals. ELMER YACOBOZZI— Erie, Pa. Social 
Sciences. Spanish Club, P.S.E.A. BASIL J. ZAFIROPULOS-Union 
City, Pa. Political Science. 





Education 





TERRY E. WIAND 
JAMES J. WINGERTER 
LEE WOLFF 
ELMER YACOBOZZI 



P. CRAIG WILSON 
PAUL WINKELBAUER 
MICHAEL WOZNIAK 
BASIL J. ZAFIROPULOS 




151 



Matrons! 




everymon— peter bruegel the elder 



patrons 



Parent Patrons 



Clyde E. Adams 

Anthony T. Akus 

Lewis F. Ambron 

Harry J. Anderson 

Robert L. Anderson 

Mr. & Mrs. Patsy Aquino 

Mr. & Mrs. W. Atzert 

Mr. & Mrs. C. E. Avery 

Mr. & Mrs. Ray Bailo 

Mr. & Mrs. Emery D. Barnett, Jr. 

Cyril Bauer 

Mrs. Frederick W. Bechtold, Jr. 

Mr. Winton N. Beck, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. James L. Beech 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter S. Beeman 

Mr. & Mrs. George Behan 

Robert K. Bentley 

Mr. Loraine Benton 

Victor L. Bissonnette 

Mr. Salvatore Bongiovanni 

Mr. & Mrs. Jack A. Bracco 

Mr. & Mrs. John Bumiller 

Dr. & Mrs. Harry M. Burns 

Mr. & Mrs. Philip Butera 

Mr. & Mrs. A. J. Caffarel 

Mr. William D. Campbell 

Mr. & Mrs. John W. Carberry 

Mr. & Mrs. John Ceranic, Jr. 

Louis V. Cesa 

Mr. & Mrs. F. Chatterton 

Mr. & Mrs. G. L. Clark 

Julius D. Colonna 

Mr. & Mrs. J. J. Cooper 

Mr. & Mrs. James Costello 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Courtney 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Covell 

Charles D. Cowley, Esq. 

Mr. & Mrs. Harold Craig 

Mr. & Mrs. Dominick J. Crino 

Mr. & Mrs. George W. Cronin 

Charles J. Cuetara 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Cummings 

Mr. & Mrs. Ray Cunningham 

Mr. & Mrs. John E. Davis 



Mr. & Mrs. Anthony G. DeFloria 
Mr. & Mrs. Salvadore Dello 
Irene Demchak 
Mr. & Mrs. George Dewey 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Dezzutto 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph DiFrango 
Mr. & Mrs. Rabh DiScipio 

Mr. & Mrs. Philip Dolce 
Mr. & Mrs. John E. Doyle 
Mr. Frank P. Ducato 
John J. Dumala 
Henry F. Ehlers 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Ennis, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. T. H. Esders 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Esser 
Mr. & Mrs. John Fedele 

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Feldman 
Peter Flagella 
Robert S. Fonte, Sr. 
Mrs. G. Ford 
Stephen J. Fotek 
Mr. & Mrs. Ivan Fox 
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Freed 
Mrs. H. J. Fronc 

Mrs. Mary Gal la 

Peter J. Gamble 

Richard Gammache, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Cecil Garell 

Mr. Donald E. Garlow 

Mr. & Mrs. A. J. Gehrlein 

Vincent F. Gehrlein 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank N. Gennuso 

Mr. & Mrs. William Gill 

Joseph R. Giunta 

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Globa 

Stanley Gonseski 

John R. Graney 

Dr. & Mrs. Robert Grant 

Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore Greco 

Mr. & Mrs. John L. Griech 

Anthony M. Grieco 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Grier 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Griffith 



Mr. & Mrs. John Griffith 

R. J. Guiendon 

Mr. & Mrs. James J. Gunn 

William J. Hain 

John H. Haines 

Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Harig 

Mr. & Mrs John M. Hartman 

Frank J. Hasenhuettl 

Mr. & Mrs. Carl Havrilla 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph F. Heavey 

Mr. & Mrs. F.J. Heidt 

Joseph Hejaily 

John Henke 

Mrs. Mary Ann Herzog 

Mrs. Charles A. Heyl 

Raymond R. Hoffman 

Mr. & Mrs. John W. Hogan 

Mr. & Mrs. A. G. Hook 

William Leonard Hurley 

Mr. & Mrs. Clifton G. Jefferson 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph llacqua 

Mr. & Mrs. John L. Izzi, Sr. 

Alex Jablonski 

W. F. Johnson 

Mr. & Mrs. John Jones 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Joyce 

Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Kapper 

B. R. Kasputis 

Peter P. Kellard 

Mr. & Mrs. LeRoy A. Kindblom 

John Kires 

Thomas A. Kirsch 

Mr. & Mrs. John E. Kish 

Mr. & Mrs. John P. Klancer 

Arvid S. Klemetsmo 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis V. Kloecker, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. George J. Knoll 

Mr. & Mrs. John Kopczynski 

John W. Kornikoski 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Kostansek 

Mr. & Mrs. Ludwig Kowalski 

Mr. & Mrs. J. T. Kozlowski 

W. T. (Ted) Kronenwetter 

Mr. & Mrs. Irving Kubasiak 



154 



Parent Patrons 



Helen B. Kuhn 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis LaBorne 

Mr. & Mrs. Larry Laconi 

Mr. Philip C. LaRuss 

Leo J. Link 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Liscio 

Albert A. Logan 

Mr. & Mrs. C. A. Loutzerihiser 

Harold W. Lutz 

Mr. & Mrs. Emmett H. Lyons 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald MacDonald 

Mr. & Mrs. D. H. Madigan 

Edward P. Madigan 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Magill 

Mr. & Mrs. John Majinowski 

Mr. & Mrs. Samuel A. Mancuso 

Mrs. Jean Mando 

Edward Marcus 

Mr. & Mrs. Sam Mariani 

Mr. & Mrs. John C. Marin 

James W. Martell 

Mr. & Mrs. James A. Mastrian 

Mr. & Mrs. Samuel R. Mazzola 

Mr. & Mrs. Bernard McCarthy 

Mr. & Mrs. John McGrath 

Mr. & Mrs. Patrick McKay 

John McKechnie 

Mr. & Mrs. R. McMillan 

Mrs. Anne Meister 

Albert F. Meyer 

Catherine E. Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Milosich 

Justus J. Minnella 

Mr. & Mrs. Samuel B. Montana 

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel A. Moreno 

Mr. & Mrs. Leo Mottola 

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Muchard 

Mr. & Mrs. Leonard J. Murray 

Mr. & Mrs. Pat Nardone 

Sarah V. Nee 

Mr. & Mrs. W. L. Nich6ls 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. Nidasio 

Carl G. Niebauer 



T. C. Niland 

Siegfried F. Ochsenreiter 

John Olchak 

John R. Orlando 

Herman & Mary Pacsi 

William Paganie 

Mr. & Mrs. John S. Palmer 

V. James Palmeri, M.D. 

Alfred V. Papa, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank J. Parise 

Mr. & Mrs. Dominick Pasquale 

Mr. & Mrs. H. F. Pietraszek 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Plante 

Josephine M. Polaski 

Mr. & Mrs. Martin Poliak 

Florence E. & Wm. J. Poole 

Arthur W. Powell 

Mr. & Mrs. David J. Powell 

Mrs. George B. Purchase 

Mr. & Mrs. Louis Raub 

Mr. & Mrs. Olwer Reynolds 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Rice 

Mr. & Mrs. Evo Riguzzi, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles W. Robinski 

Mr. & Mrs. William Roehrig 

Mr. & Mrs. Otto Romanowski 

Mr. & Mrs. John F. Rossi 

Mr. & Mrs. W. J. Rossiter 

Mr. & Mrs. Carlo S. Russo 

Salvatore Rutigliano 

Edmund Rysz 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Edward St. Pierre 

Mr. Angelo Salvatore 

Dr. & Mrs. Arthur C. Salvatore 

Joseph J. Samanka 

Mr. & Mrs. Pascal L. Saviola 

Mrs. Florence Schlack 

John Scime 

Anthony F. Scott 

Mr. & Mrs. Earl Scott 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Sears 

Mr. & Mrs. Julius Sedlitsky 

Mr. & Mrs. V. E. Seelinger 



Richard M. Sertz 

Mr. & Mrs. P. Serzikas 

Steve J. Simon 

George & Jane Small 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Smith 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward W. Smith 

Mr. & Mrs. Hilary Smith 

William J. Snyder 

Mr. and Mrs. George Sommo 

Mr. & Mrs. William G. Spalthoff 

Mr. Edward Spiegel 

Mrs. Marie R. Staudt 

Mr. & Mrs. Earl W. Sterling 

Thomas J. Stotesbery 

Thomas W. Stubler 

Mr. and Mrs. Emil V. Sukalac 

John F. Sullivan 

Mr. & Mrs. John J. Sullivan 

Frank Suppa 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Szewczykowski 

John Tobolewski 

Mr. & Mrs. William W. Ungard 

Manuel Vega Ibarra 

Mr. & Mrs. A. R. Verastek 

Sam Volpe 

Mrs. Carolina Vozza 

Mr. & Mrs. W. B. Walker 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward D. Walsh 

Mr. John Walsh 

Albert J. Watters 

Mrs. R. M. Weindorf 

Mr. &Mrs. P. Walter Wilson 

Cyril I. Wirtner 

Mr. & Mrs. F. Wiza 

Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Wojciechowski 

Mr. & Mrs. Max Wolff 

Mr. & Mrs. George E. Wozniak 

Mr. & Mrs. H. Yankowski 

Darrel R. Yoakam 

Mr. & Mrs. Chester E. Young, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Zalenski, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter Zenewicz 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Zmyslinski 



155 



patrons 




Isaac Baker & Son 

629 State Street 

Erie, Pennsylvania 




Seymour's Jewelers 



708 State Street 



Erie, Pennsylvania 






Trask's Red Carpet Shop 

827 State Street 

Erie, Pennsylvania 



patrons 



The Blue Key Honor Fraternity 

bannon College 

Erie, Pennsylvania 





Boston Store Portrait Studio 

I 1 8 State Street 

Erie, Pennsylvania 



Berry's Bowling Auditorium 



1026 French Street 



Erie, Pennsylvania 



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■jJ^jHI 






Vx .♦ .1 If - 



patrons 




Rolen's Jewelers 

827 State Street 

Erie, Pennsylvania 




the peddler pillaged by apes- 
peter bruegel the elder 



Boston Store 

7 1 8 State Street 

Erie, Pennsylvania 



Darling's Florists 

1 09 West 7th Street 

Erie, Pennsylvania 




Woodcuts and Engravings 
The Parable of the Good Shepherd, Peter Bruegel the Elder; in the John 
G. Johnson Collection, Philadelphia. 

A Man Drawing a Lute, Albrecht Durer ; in the British Museum. 

The Land of Cockaigne, Peter Bruegel the Elder,- in the Pinakothek Museum, 
Munich. 

Faith, Peter Bruegel the Elder; In the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. 

The Triumph of Time, Peter Bruegel the Elder; in the Collection of Mr. and 
Mrs. Jake Zeitlin, Los Angeles. 

Hope, Peter Bruegel the Elder; in the Kupferstichkabinett, Berlin. 

The Alchemist, Peter Bruegel the Elder,- in the Kupferstichkabinett, Berlin. 

A Teacher with Four Scholars, Albrecht Durer ; in the British Museum. 

The Dance, Peter Bruegel the Elder,- in the Detroit Institute of Arts. 

Impatience When Punished, Albrecht Durer,- in the British Museum. 

Knights and Soldiers, Albrecht Durer ; in the British Museum. 

Netherlandish Croquet, Peter Bruegel the Elder. 

The Schoolmaster, Albrecht Durer,- in the British Museum. 

Summer, Peter Bruegel the Elder; in the Kunsthalle, Hamburg. 

The Fight of the Money-bags and Strong-boxes, Peter Bruegel the Elder. 

The Triumph of Time, Peter Bruegel the Elder,- in the Collection of Mr. and 
Mrs. Jake Zeitlin, Los Angeles. 

The Witch of Malleghem, Peter Bruegel the Elder. 

The Wheel of Fortune, Albrecht Durer,- in the British Museum. 

Everyman, Peter Bruegel the Elder,- in the British Museum. 

The Peddler Pillaged by Apes, Peter Bruegel the Elder; in the Metropolitan 
Museum of Art, New York City. 



161 



General Index 



Academic Essay 98 

Academic Section 96 

Administration 108 

Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity 58 

Alpha Phi Delta Sweetheart 28 

Alpha Psi Omega 66 

American Chemical Society 32 

Archbishop Gannon 109 

Athletic Section 74 

Association ot Gannon Coeds 33 

Baseball 84 

Basketball 78 

Blue Key National Honor Fraternity 67 

Board of Trustees 110 

Bowling 91 

Class Officers 3< 

Closing 1 66 

Confraternity of Christian Doctrine 3c" 

Contents c 

Cross Country It 

Debate Society 3<* 

Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity 6C 

Delta Sigma Phi Sweetheart 28 

Departments 

Accounting 118 

Biology 1 24 

Chemistry 125 

Economics 118 

Education 119 

Engineering 1 25 

English 119 

Finance 118 

Fine Arts 120 

Foreign Languages 121 

History 121 

Mathematics 1 26 

Military Science 1 27 

Philosophy 122 

Political Science 1 23 

Public Speaking 1 23 

Psychology 123 

Sociology 1 24 

Theology 1 24 

Division of Business Administration 102,1 17,1 18 

Division of Humanities 104,1 16,1 19 

Division of Pure and Applied Sciences 106,1 18,125 



Eight Ball Queen 26 

Faculty Roster 161 

Fraternity Section 56 

Gannon Knight 37 

Golf 86 

Guidance 1 28 

Historical Society 38 

I.E.E.E 39 

Interfraternity Council 68 

Intramural Sports 92 

Introduction 1 

Lambda lota Tau 69 

Lance 40 

Laureate 41 

Lay Advisory Board In 

Military Ball Queen 27 

Organization Section 30 

Patron Section 1 52 

P.S.E.A 42 

P.S.P.E 43 

Pershing Rifles 70 

Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 62 

Pi Kappa Alpha Dreamgirl 29 

Political Science Club 44 

President 1 08 

President's Council 112 

Psi Club 45 

R.O.TO. Band 46 

Rifle Team 90 

St. Pat's Dance Queen 27 

St. Thomas More Club 50 

Senior Section 1 30 

Scabbard and Blade 72 

Science Club 47 

Sociology Club 48 

Spanish Club 49 

Stage Band 52 

Student Council 53 

Student Index 1 62 

Student Investment Trust 51 

Student Life Essay 2 

Talisman Players 54 

Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity 64 

Tau Kappa Epsilon Sweetheart 29 

Who's Who 55 

Winter Carnival Queen 27,67 



162 



Faculty and Administration Roster 



Albonese, Rev. Dr. Anthony L— S.T.D. 

Assistant Professor of Theology and Philosophy 
Alcorn, Charles L. — Ed.M. 

Assistant Professor of Education 
Barcio, Rev. Robert G.— M.A. 

Assistant Professor of History 
Barr, Rev. Joseph J— Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Political Science 
Chairman, Department of Political Science 
Bates, Thomas F.— B.A. 
Lecturer in Management 
Director of Public Relations 
Becker, Robert H.-Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 
Beyer, Richard L— Ph.D. 
Professor of History 
Chairman, Department of History 
Blewett, Cpt. John H.— B.A. 

Assistant Professor of Military Science 
Bresson, Joseph L— C.P.A. 

Assistant Professor of Accounting 
Burke, Rev. John R.— M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Philosophy 
Burke, Paul G.-B.S. 

Lecturer in Accounting 
Carney, Melvin E.— M.A. 
Lecturer in Psychology 
Cicozzi, Attilo— Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Italian 
Lecturer in Fine Arts 
Ciufoli, Msgr, Bonaventure M.— J.U.D. 
Associate Professor of Fine Arts 
Chairman, Deportment of Fine Arts 
Clough, Raymond J— M.A. 

Instructor of French 
Colvin, Charles R— D.Ed. 

Professor of Education % 

Chairman, Department of Education 
Cook, Arthur, H— B.S. 

Assistant Professor of Engineering Drawing 
Counihan, Copt. Jeremiah F.— B.A. 

Assistant Professor of Military Science 
Crispo, Rev. Alphonse F.-Ph D , LL.D. 
Associate Professor of Philosophy" 
Chairman, Department of Philosophy 
Dargan, William E.— M.A. 
Instructor of Economics 
Davis, John B — Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 
Deleon-Soto, Eron-Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Spanish 
DeSonte, Rev. Paul J.-Ph D 

Assistant Professor of English 
Dipre, Rev. Gilio L. M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Philosophy 
Drezga, Tihomit— LL D. 

Associote Professor of Foreign Languages 
Associate Professor of English 
Dunford, Richard J. -M.S. 
Instructor of Economics 
Elwell, Howard J. -M.A. 

Director of Intramural Athletics 
Coach, Cross Country and Golf 
Assistant Coach, Varsity Basketball 
Falkewitz, Robert J. -M.Ed. 

Instructor of Speech and English 
Fin, Rev. Robert G.-Ph D. 

Associate Professor of Russian 
Finegan, Owen T.— M.S. 

Director of Guidance ond Placement 
Fitzgerald, John M.— M.S. 

Instructor of Mathematics 
Fleming, John J. -Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Psychology 
Chairman, Deportment of Psychology 
Forston, Lt. Col. John W.-B.S. 

Assistant Professor of Military Science 
Freeman, James J. — MS. 

Associate Professor of Mathematics 
Chairman, Deportment of Mathematics 
Funk, Hans 

Director of Language Lab 
Gammon, Richard P.— Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Biology 
Gavin, Joseph A.— M.A. 

Instructor of English 
Geier, Roger A B S 

Lecturer in Accounting 
Gibbons, Rev. Alfred B. M.A. 

Instructor of Theology 
Gildea, Martin M.-M A. 

Instructor of Political Science 
Gilewicz, John P.-B.S.E.E. 
Instructor of Physics 
Assistant Professor of Earth Science 
Gorski, Thaddeus M— M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 
Groszkiewicz, Frank W, Jr BEE 
Instructor of Electrical Engineering 



Haas, Rev. Francis— B.A. 

Instructor of Psychology 
Hanes, James F.— LL.B. 

Lecturer in Management 
Harding, James G.— M.A. 

Director of Athletics 

Head-Coach Bosketball 
Herbstritt, Richard L.— M.A. 

Registrar 
Hesch, George P.— M.S. 

Instructor of Chemistry 
Heibel, Edward— M.D. 

Director of Health 
Hipp, Rev. Joseph E.— B.A. 

Financial Aid Officer 

Lecturer in Finance 
Holly, Patricia-M.A. 

Instructor of English 
Huang, Yun K -Ph.D. 

Associote Professor of Mechanical Engineering 
Hynes, John B. 

Business Manager 
Hynes, John M.— B.S. 

Director of Printing 
Impeduglia, Giovanni S.— Ph.D. 

Professor of Physics 
Jiang, Thomas— M.A. 

Instructor of Electrical Engineering 
Jude, Sr. Mary— M.A. 

Instructor of English 
Karcic, Mary— MS L.S 

Instructor of Library Science 

Assistant Librarian 
Kennedy, Roger J.— M.B.A. 

Instructor of Marketing 
Koenig, Daniel J— M.S. 

Instructor of Sociology 
Kohlmiller, Elmer F., Jr. -Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Biology 

Chairman, Deportment of Biology 
Kosar, Holit-Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Engineering 
Kraus, Gerald R.— M.S. 

Dean of Pure and Applied Sciences 
Latimer, William N -C.P.A. 

Professor of Marketing 

Chairman, Department of Management and Market- 
ing 
Lee, John T.-M.A. 

Instructor of Economics 
Levis, Rev. Robert J.-Ph D. 

Associate Professor of Theology 
Lubiak, Rev. Casimir J. -MS L.S. 

Professor of Library Science 
Lundy, Chorles— M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Education 
Malinowski, John P.— M.A. 

Instructor of Theology 
McCullough, Rev. James-M.S. 

Instructor of Mathematics 
McElhinney, Sgt. Thomas J. 

Instructor of Military Science 
McLaughlin, Joseph W.-M.Ed. 

Assistant Director of Guidance And Placement 

Instructor of English 
Meehan, John I -MA. 

Instructor of English 
Minichelli, Frank-B.A. 

Freshman Coach, Basketball 
Miller, Thomas C — BE E 

Instructor of Electrical Engineering 
Mollenhouer, James I.— M.A. 

Instructor of Spanish 
Monahan, Thomas A -CP A, 

Lecturer in Accounting 

Murphy, Edward— MS. 

Instructor of Physics 
Myers, Normon, G.--M S 

Lecturer in Mathematics 
Nash, Msgr. Wilfrid — Lift D. 

President 
Nies, Rita A.-B SL S 

Instructor of Library Science 

Assistant Librarian 
Palmer, Dav.d D MA. 

Instructor of English 
Pelkowski, Jerome M.-M.S.W. 

Lecturer in Sociology 
Peterson, Rev James W -M A 

Professor of Theology 

Chairman, Department of Theology 
Peterson, Paul Ward-Ph.D. 

Professor of Latin ond Greek 

Chairman, Deportment of Foreign Languages 
Pine, Frederick P.— Master Sergeant 

Instructor of Military Science 

Pizzot, Frank J.-Ph D. 
Clinical Psychology 



Puscas, Rev. Louis— B.A. 

Dean of Students 
Quinn, Kevin— B.S. 

Comptroller 
Rhodey, Lt. Col. William A. -B.A. 

Professor of Military Science 
Rogers, Edward— M.A. 

Instructor of Mathematics 
Rothschild, Nora— Dr. lor. 

Assistant Professor of German 
Rouch, John S.— Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of English 
Rowland, J. Carter— Ph.D. 

Professor of English 

Chairman, Department of English 
Russell, Rev. Bernard M., C.S.V.-M.S. 

Associate Professor of Mathematics 
Sague, Miquel A.— D.Ed. 

Instructor of Spanish 
Sola, Frank-B.A. 

Lecturer in Mathematics 
Scalise, Frank N.— M.S. 

Lecturer in Management 
Schanz, Rev. John P.— Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Theology 
Schlessinger, Gert— Ph.D. 

Associote Professor of Chemistry 
Schmitt, Anthony B.— M.A. 

Instructor of Speech ond Theatre 
Schubert, William A. -M.S. 

Associote Professor of Biology 
Sciamonda, Rev. Robert— M.S. 

Instructor of Physics 
Scottino, Joseph— Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Political Science 

Director Graduate School 
Seligman, Arthur M.— Dr. lur. 

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 
Selvaggi, Jerry A.— M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering 

Chairman, Department of Electrical Engineering 
Slater, John J. -M.A. 

Assistant to the President 
Smoltz, Peter R— A.B. 

Assistant Professor of Marketing 
Smith, Charles R., Jr.— M.A. 

Assistont Professor of English 
Somers, Rev. Eldon K.— Ed.D. 

Educational Counselor 
Specie, Rev. Lawrence T.— S.T.B. 

Assistant Registrar 
Sullivan, Rev. Richard J. — B.A. 

Instructor of Theology 

Director of Religious Activities 
Susa, Rev. Robert J, -B.A. 

Instructor of Economics 
Susko, John P — Ph.D. 

Professor of Economics 

Chairman, Department of Economics 
Tascone, Joseph F— M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Sociology 

Chairman, Deportment of Sociology 
Thompson, Rev. John— M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Philosophy 
Tullio, Robert J-.B.S. 

Lecturer in Finance 
Vetrone, Leonard — B.M.E. 

Instructor of Mechanical Engineering 
Woldron. John E.-Ph D 

Deon of Business Administration 
Wollach, John S.--M.A 

Assistont Professor of Education 

Educational Counselor 
Wang, Hwa Lung — Dean of the College of Arts C.U 

of Tien-Tsin 

Adjunct Professor of Social Sciences 
Weber, Bertl M.-Ph.D. 

Lecturer in German 
Weidle, Paul-B.A. 

Instructor in Economics 
Weithman, Francis G— C.P.A, 

Professor of Accounting 
Wesley, Joseph L.-M.A. 

Instructor of English 
Willimon, Daniel H.-M.A. 

Instructor of History 
Wolf, Rev. Norbert G.-M.A. 

Treasurer 
Wright, Ernest C.-MB.A. 

Assistant Professor of Finance 
Yorbenet, Michael R. -C.P.A, 

Lecturer in Accounting 
Young, J. Jacob— M.A. 

Assistant Professor of English 
Yehl, Rev. Addison-M S 

Associate Professor of Chemistry 
Yochim, George J.— MS. 
Lecturer in Education 



163 



Student Index 



Adams, Robert C. 36,63 

Adams, Valiant D. 40,48,69 

Agostini, Dennis E. 59 

Allesi, Michael C. 76 

Alford, William I. 83,132 

Allison, Craig R. 132 

Ambron, Lewis B. 51,132 

Ambroseno, Michael 64 

Ancona, Ralph D. 50,132 

Anderson, Daniel 76 

Anderson, David J. 76,132 

Anke, John R. 61 

Bach, Robert 51 

Atzert, Gregory F. 37,42,61 

Auth, Joseph A. 51,132 

Bardwell, Richard 84 

Barnard, LloydS. 63,132 

Barnes, Dennis C. 61 

Baron, Walter R. 132 

Barry, John F. 64,133 

Bechtold, Charles A. 91 

Becker, William J. 84 

Beeman, Lawrence M. 133 

Behan, Francis C. 133 

Berry, John J. 51,133 

Billingsley, Thomas A. 61 

Blackburn, Kenneth P. 39 

Bleil, John E. 133 

Bluemle, William J. 61 

Bodnar, Jerry 84 

Bolio, Richardo 50 

Bonnie, Richard J. 39,133 

Boslett, John A. 133 

Boss, Timothy A. 34,40 

Brady, John P. 69 

Brown, James A. 133 

Brown, Martin W. 63,69,84,86,133 

Brown, Thomas T. 84 

Brown, William G. 86 

Bruncsak, John L. 133 

Brzostowski, Thomas 1 33 

Bucceri, John V. 133 

Bules, Ronald R. 134 

Burns, Richard F. 38,40,42,63 

Caldwell, Claude E. 41 

Cammarata, Charles R. 41 

Campanile, Thomas 134 

Cantoni, Dennis A. 39,47,52 

Carberry, Fred 134 

Cardille, Thomas J. 134 

Cargioli, Frank J. 59,134 

Caroll, G. Michael 63 

Carver, William G. 72 

Casas, Juan C 50 

Caserta, Vincenzo G. 42 

Ceranic, John W. 40,44 

Cesa, Louis J. 37 

Chaffee, Eileen M. 33 

Chatterton, James L. 83,84 



Chisholm, Joseph J. 36,38 

Chiteman, Michael D. 40,67,69 

Cichoski, William A. 37,42,59,72 

Cipalla, James S. 84 

Clark, David R. 50 

Clark, Charles C. 32,134 

Collins, John 84 

Colucci, Ronald L. 134 

Colwell, Charles W. 43,63, 1 34 

Connors, Thomas 69 

Cook, Thomas J. 134 

Cooney, John R. 134 

Cooper, William L. 134 

Covell, Oscar G. 64 

Cowley, John W. 44 

Crane, James 88 

Crino, Dominick A. 63,135 

Critelli, Louis J. 135 

Cronin, Geoffrey W. 83 

Cross, John A. 50 

Cross, Mark A. 135 

Cross, William C. 39,52 

Crotty, Dennis J. 42,135 

Crucio, Thomas L. 64 

Currie, Kenneth F. 34,50 

Dahle, Richard E. 135 

Dambrosia, Ronald E. 50 

Daniele, Carl J. 34,62 

Daurora, David J. 135 

Dearborn, William R. 39,1 35 

Decker, Lawrence J. 45 

Deet, JohnT. 135 

Defazio, Joseph P. 45 

Delaney, Russell J. 135 

Delio, Peter M. 135 

Delporto, Douglas D. 135 

Denning, Pamcia 135 

Deverse, Anthony P. 64 

Dezzuto, John M. 61 

Diefenbach, Gary W. 135 

Dieteman, Charles E. 63 

Dieteman, David F. 67,135 

Dilley, Robert A. 135 

Diloreto, Ellen 33,42,49 

Disantis, Dennis E. 47,52 

Ditullio, Bernard J. 61 

Divins, James F. 136 

Dolce, James L. 39,52,64,67 

D'Onoforio, Louis 88 

Dowdall, Norbert P. 70,136 

Doyle, Duane L. 136 

Drab, Richard R. 51,136 

Drew, Louis E. 53 

Ducato, Robert P. 36 

Ducato, Thomas 36 

Dudenhoefer, Frederick J. 32,53,55,61,136 

Dudenhoefer, James E. 32,61 ,66,1 36 

Duryea, Joseph E. 64 

Dutkowsky, Andrew D. 40,54,72 



164 



Student Index 



Dwyer, Peter T. 76 

Earley, Joseph E. 86 

Eckert, Carol J.29 

Edkin, Richard A. 63,137 

Elliott, Herbert W. 137 

English, John W. 44 

Esders, Theodore W. 50 

Esser, Ronald E. 137 

Esser, Robert 49, 137 

Folk, Robert D. 44 

Farmer, Edward 84 

Fatter, James L. 137 

Fermanich, Nicholas 76 

Ferralli, Michael W. 54,66 

Ferrar, Mark P. 40,42 

Ferrie, Russell W. 137 

Filippo, James R. 137 

Fiorelli, Raymond 59 

Flaherty, Thomas 49 

Flaherty, William J. 137 

Flynn, Jeffrey E. 138 

Forti, Lewis A. 55,67,69,138 

Fosco, Dominic R. 52 

Foster, William R. 138 

Franz, Joseph 138 

Franz, Paul G. 76 

Freed, John E. 40,42,55,63,67,69,138 

Frisina, Dominic J. 59, 138 

Fronzaglia, Ronald F. 138 

Fronzaglia, Stanley N. 61,70,72 

Fuller, Paul V. 36 

Furdell, William J. 138 

Gallagher, Martin F. 72,1 39 

Gallagher, Patrick T. 37,41 

Geary, George 67,69 

Gegenfurtner, George W. 61 

Gehrlein, John R. 91 

Gehrlein, Norman J. 45,54,64 

Gennuso, Frank N. 88 

Geraci, Richard A. 61,69 

Gerono, Ronald A. 64 

Gies, John F. 139 

Glassmacher, Joseph F. 83 

Glenn, David M. 139 

Globa, James J. 48,169 

Gmerek, Ronald E. 50 

Gorup, Anthony G. 48, 1 39 

Grandinetti, Thomas D. 61,83,84 

Grau, Frederick C. 61 

Graves, Brian 39 

Graves, David D. 48,63 

Gray, William J. 86,139 

Greco, Daniel D. 50 

Greulich, Michael J. 139 

Griffith, Robert J. 39,139 

Grignol, George 139 

Grisanti, Anthony C 139 

Groszkiewicz, Sandra E. 33 

Grugin, William 42,139 



Guenther, John C. 61 
Gulnac, Edward S. 64 
Guzman, Ernesto 50 
Hagan, Frank E. 36,37,40,48 
Haibach, Gary 42 
Hain, Robert D. 139 
Hain, William R. 48 
Haines, Thomas L. 34,37,40 
Hannibal, Alan J. 50,67,139 
Hanton, David J. 39,140 
Hartman, John P. 88 
Hasenhuettl, Gerald L. 32 
Havrilla, Thomas R. 140 
Hawley, Walter W. 39,140 
Hayes, Patrick M. 6 1 , 1 40, 1 52 
Hayes, Richard L. 140 
Heavey, Joseph F. 42 
Herbert, Jay 86 
Hecker, Thomas P. 43 
Heidt, David F. 72,140 
Heim, Robert J. 44,51 
Heimbold, Joseph L. 34,40,45,54 
Henke, John D. 72 
Herberta, Frank 39 
Herr, Richard F. 72 
Heverley, Robert V. 51,140 
Hoff, Bonnie 54,66,69,141 
Hornaman, Thomas J. 141 
Hrinda, Robert J. 59 
Hughey, John D. 61 
llacque, Joseph P. 38 
Jankowski, Donna 33 
Jansen, James D. 72 
Jefferson, Leonard I. 83 
Johnston, John L. 39 
Johnson, Richard G. 61,141 
Johnson, Rolf K. 86 
Kaczmarek, Grace 33,49 
Kaczmarek, Norbert P. 141 
Kahile, William 53 
Katiena, David 50 
Kearney, James R. 141 
Keavey, Joseph 61 
Kingsley, Thomas J. 42 
Kirberger, Brian D. 141 
Kires, Robert M. 141 
Klebes, Thomas H. 141 
Kleiner, William M. 42 
Klemetso, Robert R. 64 
Kline, Boyd G. 84 
Knoll, David D. 40,55,67,69,141 
Koehler, Dennis E. 61 
Koller, Robert G. 141 
Kopf, Ronald D. 141 
Koper, Joseph M. 37,40,47 
Kosmala, Kathleen A. 33 
Kostansek, Joseph A. 32 
Kozak, David C. 38,44 
Kozak, George 34 



165 



Student Index 



Kriegel, Henry A. 141 
Kucharski, John F. 61,143 
Kuhta, Steven F. 142 
Kurpiewski, Donald 142 
Lacey, Robert M. 43,142 
Laconi, David H. 51,142 
Lander, Edward F. 53,142 
Lane, Joseph F. 34 
Lane, Keith Allen 61 
Lawson, Alfred R. 83,142 
Lenowich, Thomas 61 
Lepkowski, Lawrence R. 39 
Liebel, James F. 43 
Lim, GiokHay 142 
Lockard, Gary C. 76 
Logan, Albert A. 50,67,69,142 
Long, Sharon L. 33,42 
Loutzenhiser, David H. 39,40 
Lucarotti, David F. 59 
Lutz, Richard D. 84 
Lynch, Edward T. 83 
Lynch, Philip R. 142 
Lynn, Richard A. 39,143 
Lyons Peter H. 44 
Madigan, Matthew F. 60 
Madonia, Sam A. 143 
Mahoney, Michael 143 
Mandeville, Mary Ann 33,37 
Mando, John P. 37,45,50 
Manley, Thomas J. 53,143 
Marcus, Robert E. 40,44 
Maressa, James M. 1 43 
Mariani, John A. 143 
Marz, William R. 88,143 
Masters, Bruce A. 64 
Matlak, Richard J. 84,143 
Matthews, Glenn W. 52 
May, Klaus W. 38,150 
McCartan, John J. 143 
McCarthy, Joseph T. 36,38 
McCloskey, Mark R. 41 
McGill, Anne 49,143 
McGraw, Michael K. 34,41 
McGuigar, Kenneth W. 144 
McKay, James P. 144 
McMahon, William P. 144 
McMillan, Thomas 61 
McWilliams, Robert J. 41,61 
Mehall, William R. 50 
Meko, James A. 53,55,67 
Meshank, Gregory 61 
Michel, Victor J. 51 
Miller, Edward P. 44 
Miller, James A. 144 
Miller, Robert A. 61 
Miscksh, Allan 54 
Montana, Ralph L. 36,44,53 
Montes, Jose J. Lopez 144 
Moran, Michael W. 84 



Moran, Ronald 84 

Moriarty, Francis J. 36,38 

Morocco, William A. 44 

Morton, Levant T. 50 

Mrozowski, Sylvia C. 33,48 

Mueller, Gerard P. 144 

Munn, Thomas L. 61 

Murray, Maxwell 49 

Nardone, Thomas S. 41 

Nasca, Philip C. 64,144 

Nash, Thomas J. 61,86 

Nathansohn, Joel P. 39,144 

Neckel, Daniel A. 72 

Neff, Mary 37,42,49,54 

Nichols, Gerald P. 53,61,144 

Niebauer, Carl A. 44,50 

O'Brien, John D. 53,144 

O'Connor, Thomas J. 53,55,64,67,144 

Ohman, Richard M. 91 

Okicki, Robert L. 64 

Olchak, Richard J. 37,144 

Oliver, David R. 145 

Olowin, Ronald P. 54 

Pacansky, Thomas 32 

Paramarter, Raymond J. 42,145 

Parsh, David Martin 54 

Pastor, Frank D. 145 

Patterson, David C. 40 

Phillips, Charles R. 53,59 

Picard, Edward 64,67 

Picard, John E. 145 

Picard, Paul T. 51,145 

Piccirillo, Robert P. 59 

Piscitelli, Thomas J. 48,145 

Pitschmann, Louis A. 40 

Plante, Normand J. 69 

Pluck, Florence E. 54,66 

Polaski, Eugene 32,145 

Pomerleau, Daniel L. 76 

Pongonis, Lawrence J. 67,69,145 

Praetzel, Robert C. 64,146 

Prestianni, Benedict 51 
Purchase, John P. 44,146 
Quinn, Robert M. 53 
Rafferty, Robert G. 146 
Reid, Terrence E. 146 
Rice, David J. 39 
Rice, James J. 61,53 
Riguzzi, Evo 48 
Rilling, Fred H. 146 
Rizzo, Carl D. 64,49 
Rizzo, Gary E. 42 
Roberts, Eugene 72,146 
Robinski, Charles 64,69 
Rockowsky, Norman 38 
Roehrl, Richard W. 54 
Rohrer, Thomas C. 146 
Roman, Raymond C. 76 
Romito, Ernest John 44,45 



166 



Student Index 



Rossi, Raymond 45 

Rossi, Samuel J. 38,42,61,146 

Rossiter, William J. 64 

Rossoni, Ralph A. 59,72,147 

Rowlands, Dennis E. 64 

Rudolph, Harry 147 

Ruminski, Donald 83 

Rutkowski, Nancy 42,69 

Sabol, Albert T. 76 

Sainbury, James W. 147 

Santia, Marlene L. 33 

Saviola, Brian 147 

Scarsella, Alfred M. 147 

Schaaf, William 64,147 

Schauble, Edward W. 39 

Scherer, James W. 64,147 

Schmitt, James A. 50 

Schoenfeld, Richard F. 39 

Schroeck, Harold J. 43,50,147 

Schultise, Gary E. 84 

Schultz, Joseph E. 61,147 

Scozzie, James A. 32/55,61,62,69,147 

Sears, Joseph J. 91 

Sechrist, John F. 63,67,69 

Seelinger, Robert 148 

Senils, Semih 64 

Sertz, Richard J. 184 

Sipple, Thomas K. 64 

Sivak, Edward D. 47 

Sivak, Michael V. 52,147 

Sivillo, Anthony P. 59 

Smith, Frank 50,69,148 

Smith, Patrick C. 64 

Smith, William B. 42 

Spak, Daniel 61,84,148 

Spiegel, Dennis J. 86 

Stack, James E. 32,148 

Stanczak, David J. 42 

Stasiak, Thomas J. 61 ,69 

Staudt, Charles G. 148 

Stemmler, Frank D. 148 

Stephany, John M. 52 

Stitzinger, Ronald M. 76 

Stolinski, Clemens A. 37,55,63,67 

Strohmeyer, David C. 72 

Stubler, Daniel J. 61 

Sukalac, Thomas R. 54 

Sullivan, Michael J. 61 

Summers, Robert E. 48 

Sumseri, Ronald M. 39,52 

Suto, Kenneth J. 34 

Sylvester, Michael J. 37,45,50 

Szewczykowski, Charles J. 43 

Taccone, Rocco J. 59,148 

Thiemann, Dennis 148 

Thompson, Clifton C. 148 

Thompson, George F. 53,61 

Thorn, Thomas L. 149 

Tipping, Harry A. 64 



Tobolewski, Raymond J. 72 
Trambley, Judity Ann 33 
Treiber, James A. 44,149 
Tregler, Kathryn M. 33 
Trocki, James E. 45 
Umpirowicz, Anthony T. 72 
Unger, Thomas J. 38,34,42 
Urda, Michael 149 
Vandervort, Thomas L. 39 
Vasil, James P. 32,46,149 
Vath, William R. 41,149 
Vaughn, James M. 41 
Vega, Eligio 50 
Vega, Fernando J. 59 
Veiga, John F. 149 
Verrostek, Andrew R. 44 
Vespoli, Lewis H. 61 
Vetera, Robert S. 84 
Vickey, Geoffrey S. 149 
Visnosky, Micahel J. 36 
Voelker, David J. 149 
Wagner, David G. 42 
Walkiewicz, John 150 
Ala 

Wallace, Robert A. 64 
Wall, Daniel F. 83,84 
Walsh, Edward T. 55 
Warren, Louis S. 63,83 
Wasylson, Robert J. 39 
Watters, Joseph A. 59 
Weed, Dennis W. 150 
Weindorf, Michael J. 42,150 
Weisen, Fobert 54 
Werner, Frederick G. 150 
White, Dennis R. 150 
Whiteman, Jon G. 64,150 
Whitney, Albert G. 43 
Wiand, Terry E. 151 
Wiesen, Robert H. 37 
Wiley, Robert B. 83 
Wilson, Peter 44,151 
Winders, Ronald F. 52 
Wineland, Paul L. 61 
Wingerter, James J. 50,151 
Winkelbauer, Paul C. 42,151 
Witherspoone, Melvin 83 
Wolfe, Lee N. 63,151 
Wozniak, Michael G. 63,151 
Wright, Ernest C. 59 
Yacobozzi, Elmer M. 42,151 
Zaccheo, Louis A. 54,65 
Zafiropulos, Basil J. 151 
Zenewicz, Peter P. 91 
Zezulewicz, Michael J. 64,69 
Zimmer, Kenneth A. 44 
Zipper, Carl B. 37,63 



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The 1965 Lance of Gannon College was printed by the American Yearbook Company, 
Hannibal, Missouri, on 90 pound super-fine enamel stock. 

The cover material is Fabrikoid, manufactured by the F. K. Smith Company, Chicago, 
Illinois, and was designed by Miss JoAn Glance of Mercyhurst College. 

Creative photography was provided by Mr. Irving Lloyd, professional photographer, 
residing in Belleville, Michigan, and Mr. Joseph Koper, Gannon school photographer. The 
Boston Store Portrait Studio, under the supervision of Mr. David Latschaw, prepared the 
senior portraits. 

The illustrated engravings and woodcuts in this book were from The Graphic Worlds of 
Peter Bruegel the Elder and The Complete Woodcuts of Albrecht Duer, of Dover 
Publications, Inc., New York City. 

The theme of this year's Lance portrayed the paradox of how a medieval-renaissance 
liberal arts Gannon College produces an effective graduate for this empirically oriented 
world. 

This paradox was dramatized in typography, pictures, and essay. Cloister Old English 48 
point type was used on the division pages, and a 36 point Old English letter was employed 
at the beginning of each essay. This was combined with 14 point Lydian type body copy 
in the essay and the use of contemporary "unjustified" right or left hand margins. The 
captions were in 8 point Spartan lower case type. They were unpunctuated to lend a 
Faulknerian "no-timeness" to the past. 

Engravings and woodcuts by the renaissance artists Peter Bruegel and Albrecht Durer were 
contrasted with Look-Life magazine type layouts and natural light creative photography. 
These elements were then homogenized by Mr. David Knoll's essay. 



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